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We did,Daniel. It was great
no, I had a quick google and didn't spot anything. I don't think they're thrips, they have a blacker look to them and a different shape
It's a very clear photo so anyone who knows them will recognise them
You need to wait. there are a few exceptions but not many.
That's too small a pot to support a plant that size. Is that the size they came in? The average garden centre plant is pot bound when you buy it. They survive in a nursery, being watered an given food but when they get in the real world they can't cope
What form is the attack taking? I can't see damage in the photos
What are the conifers and how small are they and how small is the pot?
Every time I move house I don't like the water. I think you get used to one and the rest aren't right.
and there's too much chlorine in all of them now.
I'd start a new thread for this Stephanie. You'll get more responses and 80smaniac will get his bugs IDd
Yes, as Forester says H. androsaemum.
Rose of Sharon and St John's Wort seem to be used indiscriminately to cover all umpteen species of hypericum to the confusion of all
Probably blackfly, aphids. A photo would help