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Might be some sort of campanula
I saw something that looked like this today and was told it was a Plectranthus. I've had a look at Plectranthus ciliatus and it does look like it.
see what you think kathy
Life doesn't work like that. Yew is yew, apples are apples. They don't merge.
I would be more concerned that the fruit trees won't have space to grow
I want plants that do more than survive B3. Pansies only flower in winter if growers get the timing right, they wouldn't do that naturally, they're not winter plants, they survive
I just let things be but that's how I run my garden. Things seem to balance themselves out over time.
A view of the whole plant would be good
I have all my from seed plants outside now, I may need to protect some again in winter
Pick them off if they're doing too much damage. Imagine how many beneficiial insects a systemic insecticde will kill off
I agree with Verdun re pansies, waste of space. Those mentioned, plus sarcococca if you want a shrub with a great scent and not as miffy as daphne, Cyclamen coum, snowdrops.
not for me thanks
I don't like the sharp cut-offs and the cliff edge and the gap between one thing and another. I like my garden to look free and generous with a flow between one thing and another