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Yes, I'd go with Invicta on the precise ID.
One day I'll discover what an app is.
I do keep a list and notes, year by year, in files on the computer but mostly they just serve to remind me what died somewhere along the way
Have you watched those helicopter seeds floating about Ryan? In the right wind conditions they can go a long way
I'd agree tree seedling. One of the acers. Not sycamore
The middle one looks like a weed of the mustard group
They're the most reliably hardy 2
PMd you Kathy
My hederifolium start flowering July/August, usually after a rain, and keep going til nearly Christmas. Coum often have the odd flower for the New Year's Day flower count.
I love those really almost black hellebores but for impact in the garden the lighter ones win every time. I like ophiopogon, but as Verdun says, is lost in the garden.
But not creepy, no
I suggest buying one in flower now and letting it seed, they sort themselves out very nicely and germinate like mustard and cress. One plant will cost no more than a packet of seeds.