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root cuttings are the best. They are somewhat invasive and may creep into your garden without help
Tiny photo but Japanese anemones I think
Seeds are ripe when they can be tipped out Fishy
Hello hollie hock
me too. Finding words more of a problem than finding things.
The top one is an oxalis. Probably a cultivar of Oxalis tetraphylla
and houttuynia cordata 'Chameleon'
I thought they didn't like being pruned but when I had some die back my neighbour suggested cutting it right back. So I did and it grew back. It was fine for a few years but now I've let it get swamped by bindweed so that's probably the end for it
The slugs can have it to themselves Bamboogie
I don't like the mozzies and there's a lot of them out there
The bindweed had gone up within the timber framed walls and into the roof in our last house
There's probably some outside as well, could you use the weedkiller there?
Don't cryptomeria have the leaves all around the stems, these look like a flat arrangement to me.
But you may well be right. I'll pass on going out with a torch to examine them