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Looks like a Japanese anemone, some people would say that is a weed
I like it
I use glassine envelopes for seeds I store, I sow most seed fresh
I think you were right the first time Berghill
Aquilegia, the flowers are wrong for thalictrum. It's a garden plant
Should do. You can eat them but they're not really quinces. That's cydonia
Chaenomeles, sometimes called japonica, sometimes Japanese quince.
Mine are in the ground ommthree, they get watered when it rains. They survive very dry seasons with no problem.
I'm also looking at the grass type plants in with the violets. I think it may be pendulous sedge, attractive but invasive and huge in maturity.
What do you think Dove, Bob and Jan?
Bay is a suckering plant. If there are new, healthy suckers round the edge, cut out the middle dying ones, fill in the hole with soil and speak to it firmly