I've got a few photos here of various plants that I've been unable to identify.
Plant 1. This is growing in several display pots so presumably it was something we planted at some point. One of them went to seed and then died, and I found the seeds germinating when clearing out pots and now have two little baby ones growing seperately, so it would be grand to know what it is.
Plant 2. This is some sort of tree that has been growing in this pot for a long old time. I am told it was removed from the hedge of someone who died 12 years ago! It's been through some tough times but is still going, so I dread to think how big it'd be if it had the run of the earth. I focused on the leaves, but you can see a stem on the right going to the top corner.
Plant 3. A neighbour has this as a segment of their hedge and a cutting was taken a year or two ago.
Plant 4. This is our pot of who-knows-what, featuring hundreds of seedlings of plant 1, and this pretty thing. Presumably it revived itself from last year, since it's very central, but again, not sure what it could be. I'd say it was a fuchsia but I don't recall ever seeing one in this pot, and the fuchsias in our garden don't have such pronounced veins.
Plant 5. Finally we have a seedling that appeared in a pot of nectaroscordum siculum seeds. It is the only plant to make an appearance in that pot but I'm fairly certain it is not what it claims to be! It germinated in the greenhouse and has since been potted on. (Featuring feet of cat who follows me everywhere.)
I'm looking forward to hopefully finding out what these fellows are, although I appreciate leaves may not be enough to go on and I may just have to be patient!