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Anyone know the names of these? And also, what I can do with the top one - it seems to have gone very bare and spindly with next to no foliage.

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  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 31,934

    No 1 looks like Osteospermum . No2 looks like Iberis, post flowering.

    Devon.
  • The osteospermum one looks as though it is the hardy one.  I would cut back to a good shoot after flowering and let it regrow.  Alternately, if it is the hardy one,  covering the bare stems with soil might encourage it to root intothe frwesh soil and give you some new plants.  The iberis just needs it's flower heads trimming off.

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