I think the aster is Stokesia laevis, Stoke's aster.
and the variegated one Amaranthus tricolor
and the shrub Crinodendron hookerianum
I had a forest of avocado one year after I spread the contents of the compost heap. 6inches tall in the first year from seed. Never seen again after winter. Easy to germinate, good fun, not a food crop
the seedheads look like my Phytolacca but the leaves are a bit different, probably a different species or variety of.one.
3 is Fumaria officinalis, fumitory
4 Asplenium scolopendrium, Hart's Tongue fern
5 Eupatorium cannabinum, Hemp Agrimony
I don't recognise 1 and 2, but I think I do know 1
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Autumn Joy is a lovely reliable plant and perennial
All my sedums are perennial. There may be some annuals but I haven't seen any. All the common ones you see in garden centres are perennial
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flowers? I haven't had any flowers. But I did cut mine back hoping to stimulate root and shoot growth. Probably due for another potting on as well, They're in 1L pots now.
and if that's a flower forming at the top, cut it off. Roots and leaves are what it needs at this stage
it isn't either. Any chance of a photo of it growing?
and one of the flowers