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I wouldn't plant out either of those at this end of the year. A cold frame as Dave suggests or a cold GH would be my choice
It's cold tonite though. Down to 2C already.
Certainly am Dave, I live in the Fens
We'll get what we get. Rather a lot of mights, possibles and maybes there
Don't eat those 'currants'.
I can't see the shape of the plant but first guess is Solanum nigrum, black nightshade.
Where do you live Lola?
Garrya tends to get browned in cold winter winds here in East Anglia
I like it as it is I'd just prune off a few stragglers
As Hostafan says, the choice is yours. What would look more appropriate in your garden, a knarled, lichen covered tree or a bush of large purple leaves.
If you've got lots you could try some but they do get damaged in a hard winter.
I'd pot some on and protect them in the worst of weathers. coldframe or cold GH, they won't need heat.