Guybrush says:Oh yes that's right! I thought it had a similar look but a yellow flower. The Dranunculus looks nice. I might have to get a couple myself. 🙂See original post
Oh yes that's right! I thought it had a similar look but a yellow flower. The Dranunculus looks nice. I might have to get a couple myself. 🙂
The dracunclus looks very nice but the smell is unbelievably bad. Rotting meat, to attract the flies to pollinate it. I wouldn't have it in a small garden where you can't be at least 10 ft away from it
Screwfix do some nice orange ones, better than the yellow foam, more comfortable and more effective. I like to hear the birds, including magpies, I don't discriminate, but I use them on noisy windy nights.
Looks to soft and hairy for nigrum to me
Can't see enough to ID
a persicaria , probably a weed
Worrying that anyone might want to 'treat' a pond. 'Treat' always means chemicals and ponds are full of life. or maybe that should read 'were full of life'
all that white on the leaves makes those very feeble plants. Not enough chlorophyll. They need constant supply of water, not too much sun and not too much wind
give them a sad farewell from me in my wildlife haven
Mullein Moth caterpillars, so on mullein, (Verbascum)