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autumn would be good for blakcurrants and raspberries
I've no experience of blueberries, sorry. (except eating them)
it it's 6 feet tall it's sylvestris for sure.
Had to think about that one Reed, never seen it in growth, only in books. What sort of soil have you got? Maybe I could grow that, it's quite pretty.
I've got an unidentified euonymus as well. It's got a more open, tree-like shape than this one. Maybe I'll take its pic tomorrow, it would be good to know what it is
and how tall is it?
Reed, google 'Common centaury' and see what you think for the little pink flower
so have I Dove, the wasps won here this year.
E. alatus is another one that's widely grown
top one looks like bullace or wild plum, get it befiore the wasps do
might be it. Is that small? Someone I used to garden for had a brilliant red one, it was only a metre or so tall and had been there for years