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That's what it does Don, come up every year, even if you dig it up, it comes up the next year
Pat, I'm a great fan of the Phillips and Rix books. see also, Wild Flowers, Bulbs, Shrubs and Mushrooms
Are you sure that's mollis Pat, the leaves look a bit pointy.
Poor plants, I'd look sad if sprayed with chemicals
Bin the insecticides and start enjoying the garden and wildlife
I've got one like yours Cathy.
But then Iwas given a good flowering one
The old one is still there making leaves even though I dug it up
Have a look at Morina longifolia
It's merged into the background a bit but I wonder about one of the penstemons
Nut has it perfect?
A very tall poppy? That's not much of an ID is it?.
Over a meter seems rather tall for any of that type of poppy but maybe thay grow short here. Shirley poppies are derived from Papaver rhoeas and that's what the leaves look like to me
I understand UsagiR. It's usually nettles here
They'll be after the aphids, they don't eat plants. Hose the aphids off and the ants will go