To the right of the fuchsia is where I'm looking for a flowering evergreen to go. I'm allowing for that whole area eventually, the foxgloves etc. will be getting moved.
I have bees and such like in mind so something that flowers in the winter is a must.
It'll need to be something that can tolerate full sun in the summer though. Was thinking along the lines of Mahonia 'Winter Sun' as apparently it can tolerate a lot of sun but it's fully grown size is a bit much, can it be pruned successfully to keep it in check without compromising on flowering etc.?
The wall is around 6ft high for a sense of scale.
Viburnum tinus was something else I'd thought of but I already have one in the corner of the garden and like to mix things up a bit. Could still be an option though.