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What a lovely picture and what a handsome couple - congratulations an much happiness to all, but especially to the Mother of the Bride
Looks like Herb Robert aka Cranesbill (from the shape of the seedheads) - a wild flower, very 'aromatic' foliage when crushed - foliage reddens in dry conditions.
Looks like one of the many types of scale insect https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=224
Lesley, Wonky is very useful I agree, but it's taken quite a few years of basic groundwork to get her to this useful stage
Maybe some rose cuttings in the offing Verdun?
This is the one I have https://www.moleskine.com/gb/collections/model/product/gardening-journal
It's taken a little time to find out how to make it 'work for me' but now I find it really useful - also it's the perfect size to pop in my handbag to take on garden visits and note 'must haves' and 'maybe's.
Oh dear - and I can understand it
Getting old and a little deaf here Wills ..........
The carbonara I ate in Italy was made with wild mushrooms from the pasture and woodlands - doesn't come much more authentic or classic than that
Don't think they make 'em more reputable than Kelways