I agree Lyn
Where's it gone Runnybeak?
I fancy one of those
I've got an silvery willow, S.rosemarifolius and a couple of eleagnus, E angustifolius and E. umbellatus, but I'm sure I could find room for the pear
Your plant probably is a salix Gertie
This one is as Dove and Somerset Plants have IDd
Never seen a pear on a willow though
But the fruit is clearly a pear, not an olive
That's a plant that often turns up when growing things Voyagerxp. It likes the watering programme
It's those leaves that appear to be in threes that make me think not periwinkle Runnybeak. But the top pic has leaves in pairs and maybe it is Vinca minor
Agree with Dove re 2
I don't think 1 is periwinkle
Have serious doubts re the last being Pampas grass, looks more like a juncus
The anthyllis has seedlings in the gravel by the GH, on the drive and in pots of other plants Fishy
I'm collecting members of the family at the moment. Lathyrus niger and L. sylvestris germinated this year.
Probably be over-run by Anthyllis vulneraria by next year. If I give its proper name I won't get my tufted kidneys mixed up.