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I thought the top one might be the annual echium but I don't know them well enough to be sure
The bottom one agastache rugosa
the middle one could be one of the campanulas,
i thought the starling looked a bit odd as well so I googled some pics and it is a starling.
and a hoverfly as Bob says
Get cracking as soon as you can then you can get it settled and planted in time for next season.
just looked up green stink bug and it's a sheild bug. Different scale altogether. a pic would tell us for sure
lots of flat green things about, how about a picture
I don't think it needs anything Tomsk. I don't water mine, but if it's in a pot you need to. And Iwouldn't offer too much food, they're not that hardy and if it grows soft and lush it might have trouble in the winter
Yes, sorry Haisie, how rude of me not to say hello before, Hello. Welcome
Tender plants will need heat Susan, the temperature in an unheated GH is the same as outside, occasionally colder I've found.
rosemary is rosemary. There may be different colours of flowers and manner of growth and hardiness and some taste stronger than others but it's all Rosmarinus officinalis
I love lichens