This could be a paeony but not like any of mine. The stems look good for it. I'd leave it alone and see how it grows, don't cut bits off till you know what it is. If it is paeony it's a tree paeony, those stems aren't herbaceous
i think it might be one of the mustards, rape leaves are a bit more cabbage like
can you do a pic we can see? This one looks as though it as taken through the window with reflections of blinds
dog daisies stink as well not just a joke
perhaps that's why dog daisies are so called
the bees do like it. It's still here for that reason, it's a bit too bright pink for my taste
I think that's the big one, Verbascum bombyciferum
I'm off into the undergrowth again any minute now.
I wonder what will have me today, the ants? the mozzies? horseflies? unidentified others? or just the nettles?
tbh I wouldn't have IDd that as mint even before the flowers. But I don't think I could have said what it was.
or any other sort of mint.
I think it might be one of the melittis that's been selected, bred up a bit and given a cultivar name. the flowers look over-large for the wild one
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