Hester Winterbourne wrote:Or a Persicaria of some sort, like Persicaria odorata. Although I wonder if Persicaria is a synonym for Polygonum...
Joylynn Hardesty wrote:I can't tell what dimensions your leaves are. But here's a shot in the dark for you... Lady's Thumb?
In my yard it tends to be more prostrate than this particular photo shows.
Marlo Mattson wrote:Could it be that the trees are not receiving enough water?
Su Ba wrote:It looks like they could be Fuller Rose Beetles, but please don't take my word for that. I'm no insect expert by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe someone else may have a better idea.
duane hennon wrote:
does it have 7 layers or only 5?
your planting should be suitable to your site and tastes
I have found that trying to plant to closely doesn't work
here in cool and cloudy west pa
cloud cover is our canopy layer
I plant in beds with several layers (2-5, depending of what's growing)
but have wide pathways between them
to allow for sunlight and airflow
as cool and cloudy =damp = mold and slugs
volunteer ground covers are chopped and dropped
to maintain law and order