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Poor old John Inne, has He been exhumed, ground up and added to the bags?
I think it's telling you it's a flowering plant. Some do it more than others
Sounds more painful than dangerous. My sympathy to victim and parents.
Top one, allowing for a small spelling error, is OK
I'm not very good at bulbs
the tall one is another Campanula, probably lactiflora
The next is a double Geranium (pratense cultivar probably) and a thalictrum
The last is the thalictrum, maybe a delavayi type
I shouldn't think so bekkie.
Its common name is enchanter's nightshade but it's related to willowherbs rather than deadly nightshade etc. Not even in the same family
I think that's Enchanter's nightshade.
I've got that one. tiny white roots of which all pieces re-grow
And don't forget to label the accurately at the time
I've been up for hours bekkie.
I'll post when I've got some seeds
I let the hellebores drop stupid woman, I'd got the best ones labelled with colour as well.
I'll try and do better as the season progresses
Hi Victoria, I was thinking there's always grasses somewhere but I've never lived in a city and maybe they're not everywhere there.
Hawthorn and blackthorn for the Brimstone moth larvae
We've got a moth trap running I'm hoping for large numbers and lots of species.