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I've got one of those and not sure I like it's pinkness but the bees and hoverflies are keen so it can stay
Cymbalaria muralis, Ivy-leafed toadflax.
It spreads around but I think I've lost it so it can't be that invasive
If you highlight that link and alternate click you get 'go to'
You'll have to get up early to beat the squirrels
I'd try a different strategy.
Study the 'pests' and discover how interesting they all are
It works for me
Ignore the name 'Rose of Sharon' it means nothing. It gets applied to any hypericum.
Look at the proper name of any shrub you want to ID.
Good idea Simon. They'll have to work out who nicked them and threw them in the pond
It's not H. calycinum (Rose of Sharon) if it's a large shrub Gertie. That's a low growing one that spreads about and never looks very attractive to me.
Native wildlife, which most of my garden is designed to support.
does anything that grows in Glasgow produce seeds like that?
Does anything produce seeds like that at this time of year?
Not naturally occurring would be my guess