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The first one is white clematis vitalba.
Oh dear, I'm ashamed to say I've had those DVDs on the coffee table for over a month and haven't looked at them yet! Thanks for reminding me, will def. look at them tomorrow.
It's been interesting to follow this debate. Although GW (Monty) only occasionally provides tips that I can I can make use of, it's still a pleasure to watch something for half an hour that doesn't include sex, murder or war!
Looks very much like a kiwi vine to me.
Hi rosemummy, this is a picture from Dobies Plants of Devon. They are in pots, so I presume they should be ok in your pots.
Never heard of them before now, but Google brings up this supplier in the UK. The varigated one looks nice.
Big choice here.
Dill is particularly loved by the caterpillars of the Swallow Tail Butterfly. Well worth planting some in odd spots around the garden.
Those sprang to mind here too, Lizzie, perhaps alternated with one of the vincas.
Your Grandma will be thrilled, Charlie! Don't forget that Lithodora's like slightly acid soil, so if she hasn't got that, it might pay to add a bit of ericaceous compost to the soil.