Posted: 14/08/2015 at 15:51
Dianthus, probably carthusianum
Geranium pratense, in standard bluish, pink and a dark leafed one, probably a descendent of one of the Reiter strain. (separately)
Eyngium, probably bourgatii
Myrrhis odorata (sweet cicely)
Polemonium brandegeei, yellow and more tolerant of dry soil than the blues
Antirrhinum, pinkish and yellows, look like a cross between a pink large flowered one and a little yellow species I have since lost.
Silene vulgaris (bladder campion)
Actaea rubra, this isn't dry enough to post yet but won't be long. I didn't tell OH the nature of what I was cleaning up in the kitchen sink but I haven't killed us yet.
Lyn, Jo and Fishy, yours are already packed.
If anyone has any I would like Rehmannia elata, which someone has, we ID'd it a while back