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Just wait Alan and Dove, It will be p.......g down soon
I think there is some Herb Robert gran and possible some of the little annual euphorbia as well
and the Lonicera nitida, what's the name of that yellow cultivar?
You are David
a j-cloth and some polythene
In very dry places in my garden antirrhinums go through winter. They are perennial but only nearly hardy
I enter them all gran. Around 15 years ago I won a bag of 6x manure
Might have been more than 15 but less than 20years
That sums it up I think artjak
It might be Tracey. But it might not be, there are many. Have you a photo?
I think the first is an aster, couldn't possibly say which one. Probably as tough as the hypericum and could be split/moved any time
I think Vic is right, saw fly larvae. Judging by the numbers and what they eating