leaves suggest Welsh poppy, perennial but see when it flowers
MINE ARE RATHER WEEDY SPECIMENS. PRETTY IN THEIR WAY BUT NOT DISPLAY PLANTS.
MAYBE I DON'T NURTURE THEM PROPERLY
Solanum dulcamara? I wouldn't have thought the flowers of that would make much of a show.
Would like to see a photo.
But Helen Yemm makes a good point.
'Halliana' is a cultivar of L. japonica, I would have described it as semi-evergreen, depends on the winter. It might be different in other areas
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Not ivy leaved toadflax, that's a lovely plant, this is a weed
It's a cornus. Possibly sanguinea
Hieracium aurantiacum aka Pilosella aurantiaca. Don't know which name is current
one of the willowherbs I think
There are no blue strawberries with photoshop or similar. One of many on line scams
Sounds about right musher There's a 10foot sycamore emerging from the top of an 8 foot viburnum. That may be beyond extraction, cut back only