I moved house last December and one of the most delightful residents I found in my garden was the stunning Echium Candicans. Over the summer it has almost doubled in size and reached a height of 4m!!! It has produced an abundance of pretty blue flowers that have been very popular with bees. I have no idea how old it is. Unfortunately a few days ago the plant struggled with the heavy rain and started to droop and collapse over the garden, it has finally fallen and is lying on the lawn partly uprooted. I have tried lifting it up again but is too heavy for any king of support I can give it. I wonder if anyone knows if this plant can be saved. Although it is lying across my lawn, it's flowers are still living and it still manages to attract the interest of the bees. Any advice will gratefully received.