Earlier this year, our allotment association had some edible hedging plants to distribute, paid for by a grant. The idea was that they could be used to fill in gaps in hedges, but as the council gave us a plot with no hedge at all along the boundary with the lane, we took more than our fair share (and we still have gaps elsewhere).
Unfortunately, the plants came unlabelled, so we had no idea what we were taking; as there were several different types, we just grabbed a mixture.
A couple of months later, the plants seem to have taken pretty well. They’re now in leaf, which should in theory make it possible to identify them, if we knew our stuff. But we don’t.
Below are pictures of three different hedging plants. Any idea what they might be?