Please help Identify plants

aphill24aphill24 Posts: 6
edited 15 May in Plants
Hi All, if I post a few photos would you kindly help identify please.
Thanks in advance 

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  • aphill24aphill24 Posts: 6

  • BirminghamMarc1972BirminghamMarc1972 Birmingham Posts: 593
    Why have you been asked to look after a garden long term if you don't know what your doing ?
  • aphill24aphill24 Posts: 6
    I was asking for help, if you can't add anything please ignore the thread.
  • matt_fendermatt_fender Posts: 124
    Looks like bay to me.
  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 24,014
    Why have you been asked to look after a garden long term if you don't know what your doing ?
    Where does it say the OP has been asked to do that?
    He's asking for ID, that's all, and fortunately he's been given the advice  needed.
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  • HexagonHexagon Posts: 533
    @Fairygirl The post was edited after old man marc's unhelpful comment.
  • aphill24aphill24 Posts: 6
    Thanks for help
  • ObelixxObelixx Vendée, Western FrancePosts: 16,471
    edited 15 May
    It's the culinary form which means the leaves can be used in cooking but nobody needs that many.  Depending on the style of the rest of the garden you can keep it clipped as a rounded shrubs so it stays in bounds or straight and formal like a hedge or a cube.   

    If allowed to get tall, these shrubs can get very dense and dark and looming.   We inherited a tall, dark one in our new garden and sat and looked at it for 18 months before we decided it needed to be lightened.   I took off all the stems up my head height leaving a multi-stemmed shrub we can see thru and which looks and feels lighter.

    This is the before and after from March last year.
     
    Now we can see where we're going with the mower and the dogs can play ticky more easily.
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