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A lot of plants grown as annuals are really perennial, they die at the end of the season because they're not hardy. I think nemesia is in this category
That won't stop it seeding everywhere Jack.
and very difficult to get out with all its corms and mini-corms
If the leaves in 1. that come off half way up and go to the right belong to this shrub it's a cotoneaster. The manner of growth looks right, I wasn't sure about the berries
I think the second one is a bulb
Arum maculatum, lords and ladies, cuckoo pint, Jack in the pulpit. Probably lots of other names as well
1. Muscari, grape hyacinth
2, One of the cultivars of celandine
4,5 might be a syringa, (but not Syringa vulgaris, the big lilac)
In my settings there's a thing called scrapbook for saving GW mag articles which is so far unused. Does anyone know if I can save other things to this?
Edd's piece on mealworms for a start. People have given me instructions before and I think I'll be able to find the appropriate thread but I never can
Excellent Edd, thank you
A great diving beetle and lots of little unidentified swimming objects in the pond
They usually multiply quite well anthony. But not so well in sticky soil. I had a few Wendy's Gold which didn't increase at all on heavy soil, when I moved them to something light and tasty they romped away