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Hi Lulu, it's a philapelphus. I don't know which one
Unanimous on the culprit Caz
slugs and snails at the top of the list.
But as to the future, watch and see who the culprit is. One or two molluscs could do all that, pick up the pots and look underneath, squash them
I agree Bill, it was never as bad as that in the past was it? I wonder if the company is under new management. Or no management
I haven't complained yet but I will and you should as well. The peat free is OK though.
They are perennial. They're not properly hardy. Chrissie's balcony through a mild winter like our last one is probably about their limit
Yes, that blue Tshirt really doesn't suit you
Everything takes ages when uploading photos to the site. Minutes rather than seconds. Did you wait long enough?
I'd go with the Viburnum and its beetles as well
I'm no user of chemicals and my feeling is that it's too late anyway, they've been, they've eaten and now will be doing whatever they do next
I want one
Thanks Alan, we'rein mozzie land here and the bat numbers are down.