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Unless of course they are slow release fertiliser pellets in the compost.
Snail and slug eggs are usually translucent rather than cream or green or even blue like the fertiliser.
When I read this I went and looked at our A. spaeretc. and they are not even in flower yet.
I do wish that the majority of photos on here did not come up with an error message when I try to enlarge them. Perhaps people should use a direct link from Photobucket, be a lot easier for these weak old eyen.
Second one is Phytolaca americana, Pokeweed, possibly.
Cannot enlarge the images to see them more closely.
The book says propagation is by Division, or taking rooted stems in Spring. We have red version of this and never tried to propagate it. Must add it to our to do list.
Mildew, a symptom of drough at the roots. Water well and use a Fungicide spray. Remove any fallen leaves.
No, Spiraea is more likely. possible Spiraea salicifolia, but there are lots of others with flowers like that.
Are the leaves prickly? We have a thistle type weed which has yellow flowers like this one, no idea of the name though.
Don't forget that any plants growing in the soil in a garden belong to the house and you may only take them with you if they are specifically excluded from the sale.
Kate or a George?