Posted: 24/05/2016 at 04:10
Couple of weeks ago I did a tidy up aiming to dig out perennials, dig in manure and the transplant them. Took 3 days but got it all done (it's a very small garden). But, I'm left with two plants which I can't identify and having looked at photos of the garden last year - I can't see them or identify them.
For the moment, as I seem to have no space left to plant them in, I have them sitting in buckets with just some water at the roots. They look a bit like fuchsia - but I don't recall having little fuchsia bushes. They're not tiny and they look shrubby - but I just cannnot find them in any photographs.
Can anyone recognise what they might be from a photo of the stage they are at now? I'm very tempted to bin them but I hate wasting plants. I'm at that life stage now where I seem to be forgetting the names of things far too often. I don't even want to pot them up in case they're something for ericaceous -though again I just can't remember. If they're fuchsia then I can just pot them in multi-p Innes but I'm hesitating hoping my brain will have a sudden flash of recognition - but it's been quite a few days now and the lightbulb hasn't come on.