About 3 to 4 years ago I planted Flame Creeper at the base of a Japonica shrub growing against a north facing wall. Thought it would give colour when the Japonica finished flowering. The creeper has now started to spread deep in the soil and I am afraid it is going to 'take over'. I think it may be on it's way into the neighbour's garden! If I have to lose the Japonica which is there years, so be it. Can you please tell me how I can kill it?
Could you please suggest a shrub for a large terracotta container on an elevated exposed site facing west close to the sea in the west of Ireland?
Is Phyllostachys nigra a runner or clumper and what to do with it all brown leaves falling off?
When is the best time to take out the sweet william out of the pots to plant in the ground as this is their 2nd year in pots. the pots are outside my house in Sandymount?
Agapanthus in south facing bed didn't flower last year - should I put restrict their roots within the bed to encourage flowering?
What is the best tropical plants/trees to use in sheltered sunny garden, taking into account our cold frosty winters?
Are everlasting wallflowers too late to grow from seed for this year? Can't find them in any of the usual outlets
I am looking for a perennial flowering plant that I can plant in mass that will look good against calamagrostis Karl foreseter. Have used rudbeckia in other parts of garden so do not want to use it again.
My problem is a plant identification. In the attached photo is a small border perennial plant that has continued to survive every winter since I bought it about 4 years ago. I want to get some more, but nobody knows or has seen it before.(Secateurs indicates scale)