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Mine are roughly as pictured by Red. Some lighter or darker than others
I also have a low growing white one that excellent ground cover for a rough space and lovely blue one that's half way between the other 2 in size. The latter invades but is not so good at beating weeds.
I'm with Ll
Only 20 year David, it went by in a flash
when I sowed some very old ones I got radishes, lots of them. None of anything else though
There is just so much growth all round this year. I'm pruning shrubs to stop them breaking in the downpours.
Phlomis russelliana has reached new heights
Forgot the tea
and what about the broken bone mending? Isn't one of its common names knitbone?
Is it about 3 or 4 foot tall and bristly?
Looks like comphrey, Symphytum officinalis. Good for bees plant food and taking over the garden
Don't disagree with Buddy Boy Dove, he knows everything
I'd do systematic weeding. the bittercress, willowherb, euphorbia and buttercup for a start
Makes sense to separate them. I think I'd leave it til autumn but that's just gut feeling not experience of moving either