3.. One of the Euphorbias ... possibly E lathyris . Be careful not to get the white sap on your skin or in your eyes as it burns badly.
This should tell you what you need to know
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......... and you can get fungal infections)
if you do this usually works
It's one of the Philadelphus varieties ... beautiful scent. sometimes known as Mock Orange.
Glad you're improving LilyP
Can some more people have a look at Mary's ID thread ... it looks to me as if she's bought a load of topsoil full of Coltsfoot rhizomes
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I'm sorry, I'd be telling them to come and take it back and refund my money.
I'd be furious ... the rhizomes must've been there when they supplied the soil.
The first pic is Burdock ... Arctium.
The second is Horsetail ... not good news
That looks like a nice example of Purple Toadflax .... Linaria purpurea ... self sows itself around but is easily recognised and removed if it strays out of it's allotted area, and as you say, loved by bees
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