I'd better try a bit harder. I had decided I didn't know what that was.
But looks a bit like a centaurea style bud appearing there and wonder about the C. macrocephala seen in another ID thread
3 could be agapanthus
4, one of liligularias
You're asking for trouble fishy but I expect mine will flower and seed. I'll see if I can wade through the nettles to check tomorrow
Drive past a hedgerow in autumn and see yards of it completely covered in white, that's the stuff.
Prolific seeder, tough stems, deep root
Try Centaurea macrocephala
Are these hardy geraniums or pelagoniums?
When it rains and the ground doesn't dry out between rains
It doesn't matter about leaf fall with a containerised plant
You must let us know your technique Dove
Yes, that's the one. It does well in shade if you have a spot suitable. It does self seed (when it flowers) and I let them grow til they're full of dead stuff and then discard. I've never cut one back to remove the dead stuff which might be worth trying.