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Looks like Ox-Eye Daisy to me
Or it could be Annual Lobelia.
Easier to tell once it flowers.
Dont forget scented leaf plants such as Pelargoniums, these are unbeatable for fragrance and you dont have to wait for flowers.
Oriental Lilies are another favourite fragrance of mine.
Have a search of the internet. Lots of things can be sown now, especially Biennials such as Wallflowers and Foxgloves and Hardy Perennials like Aquilegia and Eryngium.
Anyone know what this is? It was chilling out on my greenhouse all day
A few more from me
The weather must have heard me. Its currently pouring
Probably too dry.
When you planted them were the roots cramped in the pot? If so these need teasing out as they wouldnt be able to venture out into the soil to reach moisture and the rootball would stay in the same place.
Lucky you lot. I'm still waiting for some rain.
if its at the very bottom I wouldnt worry too much. Lillies do this naturally.
Fleece it up when the cold sets in ^_^