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I think it is a bit early perhaps for them to start; remember that the weather has been very odd this spring. (Alan, I think it is accepted on this forum that capitals mean that you are 'shouting')
I had Valerian self seed in the garden; it took about 3 years of pulling up every seedling to get rid of it; it even grows in gravel. The good thing is that it is easy to identify a young plant and just whisk it out.
A friend had it as a stunning house plant
Winters, do you find that sisyrinchium always has a 'burnt' look after it has flowered?
John H, why not do some 'before and after' photos of the patio?
Nut, do you think the leaves are linaria?
I'm not v. good at this, but could the top one be a Veronica?
DaisyH and John H, lovely flowers, esp the yellow rose (not of Texas)