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Cinnabar caterpillars, haven't seen any of those yet though quite a few moths
Way up is fine peanuts. Candytuft, an annual
Cotinus coggygria, I couldn't say which cultivar
The leaves die back in the winter Lesley, it won't need light. You can put it in the shed or garage
I wouldn't worry too much. It's not ground elder
It's the sort of plant that if you move it, it's still there. You have 2 clumps. But it doesn't take over the garden.
Don't apologise Susie. You're thinking about it. More people should do that.
and you can only attract what's around. If there are no grass snakes for miles they won't come. But you'll get plenty of species as your habitat develops, they all turn up eventually
It's an argument put forward by some. But I don't think more killing is a solution. We don't know enough about how it all works to make decisions about what lives and what dies. That's what's got us where we are now