It might have been right when you were potting it up Tetley. Anomala is a more recent addition.
all my old books calle it H. petiolaris and even suggest H. scandens as a synonym
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everything flowers if conditions are right, it's the nature of plants..
I don't think that's a wisteria. Might be one of the campsis
Is it supposed to be all curled up like that?
Mine are the same, I planted out large plants this spring and no flowers at all. I've only got 2 left to flower for next year, once I realised they weren't going to flower I dumped most of them
I assumed that as well Fairy.
If it's in a pot it should be planted at the right depth already. Plant it at the same level
I thought it looked like a wild place.
I think I can see one of the wild hypericums in the background
Acanthus spinosus, growing in the wild or a garden?
I don't want to p.... on your firework but that laurel will not accept being kept at a foot, laurels are enormous. After a year or so all you'll have is and ugly stump . If you want a small shrub, get a small shrub. Sarcococca maybe or one of small euonymus. There are loads to choose from.
My white ones are a bit reluctant but the blue ones do OK