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The one in front of the euphorbia with the greyish leaves is a buddleia, good for bees and butterflies
The one at the back with pointy horizontal leaves is a euphorbia. Watch that one they leak a white sap when you damage them (easy) and it burns your skin
I just typed screeds and it all disappeared somewhere.
I would just keep the shrubs and weed all else. Then introduce plants rather than seeds unless they're cheap and cheerful annuals. Perennial seeds are too slow to compete with weeds in the garden.
That one is a choisya
Looks like Tutsan to me. Hypericum androsaemum.
Maybe one did
No, not geraniums. Not hollyhocks either.
I thought Mrs G's might be a verbena but when enlarged it looks too hairy
In addition to daisy's collection I can see a Lonicera nitida probably ' Baggeson's Gold', Euphorbia lathyris, a cornus coming in from the left and a bramble.
Weeding tomorrow please, the bramble and all that grass
It's going to be awkward to get the drill in as well is it? I'd get in as far as you can and be prepared to do it again if necessary. But once will seriously upset it
How close to the ground are you going to be able to cut it? The nearer you can get the stuff to the roots the better