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E Terry A Harlequins are large ladybirds Alien ladybirds give cause for concern Echium worries I have an Echium pininana ‘Blue Steeple’ which I covered over for winter, but I fear some damage may have occurred to the crown. There are several shoots growing and I wondered whether they will all send up 3ft (1m) flowers? Phillip Mills, Derby Q Echium pininana ‘Blue Steeple’ (also known as giant viper's bugloss) is an arresting biennial or short-lived perennial. I think you have done well to bring it through the winter.

Maybe our reluctance to embrace yellow is driven by a nervousness because we’re unsure about how to use it. T 46 AMATEUR GARDENING 14 MAY 2016 Yellow is a primary colour, and at its most vibrant and bold it can be overpowering. It can also appear harsh and garish in our northern hemisphere light, which favours paler colours. From pastels to brights Yellow, however, can be used to create excitement in the garden, the bolder tones adding energy to a border making us feel uplifted and stimulated. And, if in-yourface yellow is not your thing, there’s a whole range of more subtle tints and tones to suit your taste and garden, from the palest creamy-yellows and zesty yellowygreens to buttery and lemony hues.

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