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1. Forget me not
2. Fern but not sure which one
5. Could be delosperma
My one didn't fruit until planted in the ground, and now we are inundated.
Tidied up the raised brick flowerbed in my sons schools playground and planted some 'spare' plants from home. Spent so long doing it, I got surrounded by children at breaktime asking questions and wanting to help. Not finished, though. Another day and it will be done.
I always loop handbag straps over the gearstick. That way I don't kill my husband as he gets out of the passenger seat.
The first one looks like a wild geum. It has small yellow flowers.
The second one looks like an eryngium, sea holly to me, but I'm not sure which one.
You could try things like radish, basil, lettuce, baby carrots, strawberries, spring onions. But it looks in good condition and ideal for the kitchen too.
You could plant your strawberries in the ground if you have the space. If they are happy you will get lots of runners which will become baby plants.
Its a shame subscribers don't get this kind of perk that can be useful. I get the subscribers edition of GWM but I can't see the difference to buying it, only that it arrives earlier.
Geraniums if they have flowered.
Yes it was www.bbc.co.uk/gardeners world and it take you to where you can apply for the seeds from different suppliers. We went for Kong, tried the other sites but couldn't get onto them.