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What about the cat schoo plant? Supposed to smell awful to cats but not to us and has blue flowers.
Could be Nut, but I've got Diablo D'or in my front garden and the leaves are dark brown.
My Kousa has flowered for the first time. I have had it for about 7 years at the back of a raised bed border. It was worth the wait.
Could it be Potentilla http://www.rhs.org.uk/Search?query=potentilla
I think its gladiolus byzantinus looking at the leaves and stem.
If you like Chris Beardshaw he's on Beechgrove Garden most weeks on BBC 2 Scotland
We used to have a roadsweeper who wore that outfit when I was a little girl. Perhaps its linen and that's why it looks scruffy.
Its a teasel, they get to 6 foot plus in my garden. Finches like the seeds (they also like evening primrose seeds too)
If you have a deep enough pot, you should be able to. I've grown baby beets and normal sized ones and I've found that its the small ones that have the longest root.
I think the first one is fennel and the second one looks like a geranium.