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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.
I thought the first one might be garlic, looking at the leaves, or its an allium.
Second one is Thrift
Third is a saxifrage
Fourth is Doronicum (Leopards Bane)
Yes a ligularia, the leaves are too round for heuchera.