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I think it's telling you it's a flowering plant. Some do it more than others
Sounds more painful than dangerous. My sympathy to victim and parents.
Top one, allowing for a small spelling error, is OK
I'm not very good at bulbs
the tall one is another Campanula, probably lactiflora
The next is a double Geranium (pratense cultivar probably) and a thalictrum
The last is the thalictrum, maybe a delavayi type
I shouldn't think so bekkie.
Its common name is enchanter's nightshade but it's related to willowherbs rather than deadly nightshade etc. Not even in the same family
I think that's Enchanter's nightshade.
I've got that one. tiny white roots of which all pieces re-grow
And don't forget to label the accurately at the time
I've been up for hours bekkie.
I'll post when I've got some seeds
I let the hellebores drop stupid woman, I'd got the best ones labelled with colour as well.
I'll try and do better as the season progresses
Hi Victoria, I was thinking there's always grasses somewhere but I've never lived in a city and maybe they're not everywhere there.
Hawthorn and blackthorn for the Brimstone moth larvae
We've got a moth trap running I'm hoping for large numbers and lots of species.
I think the last is some sort of maple but the leaves look rather large for field maple and the wrong shape for sycamore or Norway maple.
What did you think the hazel was Stipa? I can't see the bark, twigs or developing nuts so could be wrong.