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I'd dig it up and have a look at the tuber and the base of the stems.
great isn't it
Could be the perennial cornflower centaurea montana. It's not the annual cornflower whichever way you look at it
Punkdoc I hate staking and I don't like the look of staked plants. I try and grow what stands up on its own or looks Ok reclining.
Put a tap and a length of hose on the butt then you can still get at the water
Acers are so graceful, you could thin branches at the right timeof year but shortening branches to cloud prune would destroy that
Good morning people.
Looks great out there but still that chilly northerly breeze so I won't get overheated whilst weeding.
the first one is a weigela and yes,a euphorbia
very useful and the berries ripen late so there's something for the birds in the middle of winter.
My aconitums are always brown at the bottom. I only grow them in case I need to poison someone, they don't look that great