the white Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Alba' is a late flowerer
Not totally convinced re ID of this one yet.
Dig it out and save the world from chemicals
I keep some ragwort for the cinnabar moth caterpillars.
yes, growing, in situ.
could be black bryony, the root doesn't look like bindweed
Honeysuckle doesn't flower on new growth. give it a season without cutting it back
I'd like to see it growing
Anything that's seeded into the wild is not Sour Grapes, however much it looks like it
A penstemon, yes
No idea re type but I'll bump you up the forum
Everything had its growing time, as long as it's healthy it will produce new growth, even if you have to wait til next year. They're not really tendrils, just leaf stalks curling round whatever they find to curl round