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have you got a face on view? Where was it found? How big is it?
Cerinthe major purpurascens. it has purple bells the bees love. These may overwinter in a mild climate to flower early next year.
any time between now and march.
Are you planning on living in aberdeen?
A magazine for aberdonian gardeners seems a bit specialised. Not sure what use it would be if you live in Southern europe.
Looks like a cockroach. If its inside the house they need to be exterminated fast. Spray any one you can see with flykiller (raid etc) and phone the council, landlord, or rentokil for fumigation.
Large pod on 6ft yellow stem. that would eliminate flag iris, and crown imperial fritillaries.
They are nodules that form on the roots of leguminous plants such as beans. They fix nitrogen from the air, so that the plant can use it. They will cause no harm. You can either leave them to rot in the ground, or aff to the compost heap.
You'vegot very good eyesight if you can see mould spores, as they are minute. Have you a photo? Are they mushrooms or other fungi brought on by the damp weather?
If so they will go on their own.
I still think nicotiana sylvestris
Nicotiana sylvestris, probably