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the second is Tellima grandiflora.
the first is too dark to see
Are they seeds or baby plants?
I think you're both right Edd and kleipieper. It's the same plant
Mountain cornflower, (I presume Centaurea montana) might not be the best example. It's not native and very hard to eliminate when you realise what a spreader it is.
I should think you've done all you can Shari.
Don't feel too bad about it. You've realised how bad they are now and can spread the word.
Those things are grafted. The weeping bit at the top is dead and it's growing from below the rootstock. That won't be weeping
That's nice Hostafan
I think that's Libertia grandiflora