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what do you mean by cut plants?
You may have hydrangea paniculata ......flowers will form on new growth made this year. Leave well alone for a while. New shoots will appear from low down if so
No. Let it be for a while. See what happens. Feeding etc won't help things right now
Well Justin. This year...late summer/autumn look for seedlings and pot them up. Keep in greenhouse over winter.
bonariensis often does survive winter.......
Just treat it the same as the others. You may be cosseting it too much.
Mulch in autumn for me. I tend to cover everything then.
Wish you inspiration for your eulogy Dove .......hmm,,doesn't sound right but wish you well in choosing "bestest" words
roasting day but think it will be cool tonight
Rain and Arctic winds coming in on Thursday
ha ha ...joking
Well they are shooting now so, yes, a light watering will be good.
mine are all outside now
establised plants will come through but small newly planted will struggle. Perhaps your plants were trodden on when mulch was applied. I try to mark herbaceous plants with canes but still manage to get my size 11's where I don't want them.
try to establish where your brunnera is and clear mulch away