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You need something free draining or there's a danger of rotting
But just remember all the other potentially good insects you'll be killing if you go the chemical route. Chemicals don't discriminate between 'good' and 'bad' insects. They're ultimate as the name says.
They'll be wild flowers somewhere. But not all in the UK
You've got some nice ones there
How much do you like them? They're generally considered weeds. My neighbour harvests mine for his chickens to eat
4 or 5 foot for a good specimen Dove.
black fly, aphids.Rub or squirt them off with water/soapy water
That one is candytuft. an annual
Looks like the bog standard version to me. But quite ornamental
The tendrils and the manner of growth suggest leguminous plant but I don't recognise it.
Are the larger light green bits flowers, seeds or something else? I can't get a focus on those. Maybe a close up?