looks like bramble to me
At Kathy Brown's garden in Bedfordshire, scene of a forum group visit a few years ago
Still waiting for one to turn up Lyn
A peacock wandered through once.
I wouldn't be at all surprised madpenguin
We're open to the world Cloggie. We have muntjac, occasional Roe, badger, fox, other people's cats, rats and elephants
Joyce's suggestion is good. There are a hundreds of rhodos, many of which are rarely seen. Pages of them in my shrubs book.
Jasminum beesianum? Looks a bit yellow though
I wondered about that Cloggie. Must be a new pee-er to the garden, never had anything like that before.
I think this one will survive it, not so sure about the new one.
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I've a well established patch of one of the tall persicarias, one end is perfectly OK the other end has suffered damage. I don't use weedkillers and it's nowhere that it could be affected by anyone else's. It was fairly weed covered until today. The weeds were healthy.
Near by I have another species of persicaria, also affected. But lots of others that look fine
Don't touch it Lorna.