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all I'm saying is that there are so many hybrids that we may have already lost the English Bluebell in all but a few lucky places. Unless you live near one of these then I wouldn't go too mad in trying to eradicate the Spanish. It's here and will be forever. ????
The vast majority of our so called English bluebells are now hybrids, the only true ones are found in areas that are well away from the Spanish ones! I wouldn't fuss too much about it as you already have Spanish ones around
Good old t&m with the tomtato
Looks like oragano or marjoram maybe
The hydrangea mentioned above is in fact deciduous, but a good choice as it is able to climb using tiny arial roots! Has interesting peeling bark also
Chilli plants are perennial, try overwintering in frost free conditions and they may come back next spring. Don't be alarmed if they lose all leaves, just be patient and see what happens next year
Looks like a chilli plant too me
I was thinking aucuba japonica and not laurel, although with a little training spotting females flowers over males becomes quite simple! It's the wine clouding my wisdom! Although laurel does grow huge given a chance!
Buying female plants is a good way of getting berries! And yes trim them too shape! I'm removing some hedging from a clients garden that didn't have the top pruned out and they are the best part of 40 foot high at least