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that's 5 star accommodation Tracey
Mow up the sycamore leaves Steve or use one of those sucky things that shreds as well, or put them through a shredder. That starts the breaking down process. I don't have much sycamore to deal with but field maple is much the same only smaller.
but the native field maple, Acer campestre is more attractive and doesn't get those nasty black spots on the leaves
I don't think 1 is lacteus.
The iris could be pseudocorus, it may be a water iris but it seeds and flowers in the most unlikely places
Hi jack, that's an orange tip.
The yellow ones are male Brimstones
Brown and speckly could have been a Speckled wood, I haven't seen one of those or an orange tip this year.
It will come up between slabs or round the edges, it doesn't give up easil
sorry yes, Iris. Typo
Lots of cotoneasters but it may not be, see what others think
That's good, the worst is a bog in winter and concrete in summer.
1 a cotoneaster
2, Cotoneaster, looks like horizontalis
5 some sort of iria
7 is a cotoneaster