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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?
soulboy I think this is a wildlife (insect attracting) mix rather than a wild flower mix.
Insects love nemophila.
It will tolerate some shade. I find hot and dry is too much for it
Sounds (Smells like) like Dracunculus vulgaris
Hi PC, welcome
A guess would be Dracunculus vulgaris but that is just a guess
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