I have a lungwort plant that has been growing under my tree. It has looked a bit droopy ever since my husband put compost around it. Also I've had to sprinkle bughetta, as the slugs were eating it. Any suggestions to get it back to its healthy self?
Lungwort tends to get droopy if its roots are disturbed. They normally recover within a few days though, if they are watered and left alone.
Will lungwort thrive in my zone?
I am not sure...what zone do you live in? For more info on growing the plant, this article will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/lungwort/growing-lungwort-flower.htm
Should I be cutting back my lungwort before the fall for a second bloom?
No, wait until winter to cut back the woody stems for spring regrowth.
When should they be pruned?
You can prune back dead or old foliage at any time, and you can remove any that is spreading outside the area you want it in at any time. It's also good idea to deadhead (remove the spent flowers) after blooming.
Please can someone tell me what is on my Pulmonaria leaves.. fungal? Wet? Also can anyone identify these weeds Thanks
It is definitely fungal. You can likely correct this by mixing 1/4 peroxide to 3/4 water next time you water it. This will only need to be done once, or any time that it is needed in the future.
Just make sure that the top 2 or 3 inches are completely dry between waterings. This is likely how the fungal infection came about, by being too wet for too long.
As far as the weeds, the largest is a dandelion, the other two have many lookalikes, and will be harder to distinguish at this age.
Currently growing them in a large planter. Seems to be getting too much sun.
These plants don't thrive in full sun, as you're suspecting. Here's a helpful article:
I have put Pulmonaria (Lungwort) leaves and flowers in water. My question is can I use the stinky liquid as feed for my plants?
If this is stinky because it has gone rancid... I wouldn't recommend feeding it to your plants. It could cause them an infection.
If it is fresh, and you find the the smell, particularly, unpleasant and you know that it is still good, I'd say it wouldn't harm the plant.
The worst that could happen is that you could find some growing on the soil surface.