Artemisia vulgaris is a common roadside weed, the variegated form is likely to seed back to green so don't let it seed. It's an herbaceous perennial so will die back for winter and probably doesn't matter when it gets cut back apart from the seeding issue.
if they've got some buds they might but in general foxgloves, Digitalis purpurea, are biennial. I assume this is the species you have. From seed last year, flower and make seeds then die this year.
2 is impossible for me because there's nothing to indicate scale and no detail visible.
Yes, Welsh, californian poppies have different leaves from that
Hi Kat and welcome
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this wall is 17' tall. we can't be talking about creeping Jenny, Lysimachia nummularia. Could it be Virginia creeper?
the only thing I know about pieris is that it needs acid soil. Hvae you got that?
tell your builder you want a flexible liner so you can have the shape you want.
It's your pond, not the builder's
could be. you'll know for sure in February
I think it must have bloomed or it wouldn't have berries
not totally sure re sarcococca but I haven't got a better suggestion, the berries don't look quite right either