Prunus lusitanica possibly?Blackstart
Looks like an elderberry.Blackstart
Hi, looks like apples have scab, see link below:BlackstartApple scab and pear scab
Some advice here if you have not already seen it.BlackstartHow to grow hollyhocks / RHS Gardening
It looks like one of the coarser grasses, something like Yorkshire Fog. Selective weedkillers likely to be ineffective. May need to think about...
It looks like October Glory is a cultivar so I guess would not come true from seed if it can produce them. So doubt if seed is available....
Hi, it looks like Leycesteria formosa.Blackstart
I'd have thought your choice of plants would be fine.Blackstart
The RHS have a list of rabbit resistant plants that may be of interest.Rabbit-resistant plantsBlackstart
Hi, my thoughts would be towards a fungal attack via the soil from something like Phytophthora or Honey Fungus. Again, in my opinion, the plant...
Great stuff, thanks for the ID SS.Blackstart
Hi, a friend in Northumberland sent me this picture of a plant she cannot ID. Any ideas?
Santolina chamaecyparissus perhaps....Blackstart
Hi, I think it could be Centaurea macrocephala.Blackstart
Also, I believe roses vegetatively propagated do not always produce a strong enough root system to enable good growth. So the method may not...
Hi, could be Prunus cerasifera, Cherry Plum.Blackstart
The rest of the plant looks healthy enough so I would just remove the damaged/wilted shoot.Blackstart
Hi, it looks like Arum italicum.
Thanks everyone, I did think initially it could be P. Darts Gold as I mentioned in my original post. I think I'll go with that and ask to be kept...
Yes, I had thought about Ribes but the leaves look yellow and I wasn't sure they had a cultivar with yellow leaves. Maybe just because they are...
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