Will do artjak.
Gardenmaiden, yes to both, I have a mental map of all local GCs and nurseries
I should think fidget is right. You have foxgloves but with a nettle or two lurking amongst them
I think the only slug proof plants are plastic. Paper ones wouldn't be, snails love paper.
Yes, Viburnum tinus
I want my plants toughened up for winter. They're outside at the moment.
Very small and borderline hardys can go in the cold GH later (much later)
Mine look like yours and I know who's responsible.
seedling raspberries will be smaller, closer to a wild raspberry.
They should throw up more canes next year, that's how you get more of the same
I don't know how sedums got on a list of slug proof plants.
Was yours an evergreen Tony?
That would narrow it down a bit