some sort of Lonicera
Is that spindly one really a rose?
I don't think that's any sort of hogweed, or anything else in that family.
Looks like a thistle or echinops
I don't know if you have vehicle access but tying a rope round one, tying it to the back of the car, then driving away slowly while a second person hacks at the roots, is very satisfactory
what is beedance?
sylvestris maybe or a garden variety of it
Don't forget the ongoing effect of systemic insecticides, Aphids eat poison, ladybirds and blue tits eat aphids
how does that white hosta survived with no chlorophyll?
I think I would back that for the compost heap, it would never be robust enough for garden life
Big pompom dahlias and chrysanths, huge flowered fuchsias,