I'm not sure about the choisyas. They're too big - they're blocking out the light. They should really come out. But not now they're about to flower - I'll just cut them back a bit.
But I'll take the hazel out because we never get any nuts. Because F cuts them back in summer, because they overhang, and the nuts only grow on the new wood. A few nuts survive, sometimes. But a squirrel eats those.
I'm not sure about the apple tree. Since the other one died there are no apples, because the other one must have been the pollinator. I suppose I could buy another... It looks alright and I don't like taking things out.
But that primula. It's red. It doesn't go with the rest of the border, with all the yellow primroses. I don't like taking things out so I'll stick it in a pot and take it inside - it'll brighten up the living room. It's all because of Vita Sackville-West and her famous White Garden, making everything else look overdone. Now mine's nearly colourless. Just green, really. So those geraniums don't go at all. I'd give them away to somebody who likes magenta, if I could think of anybody.
And the pear tree. It looks nice, but last year we only got the one pear. And that was hard. No one really wanted it.
I'm going in, it's all too depressing. I'll just get that primula.
....It doesn't go with the wallpaper.