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I think the things in the centre of the first pic are eschscholzia, Californian poppy
and in pic 2
I can't see 3 clearly enough
That's what we needed, a close-up. Phlomis fruticosa
Pam's Choice is a selection of Digitalis purpurea, our native foxglove. There are many such selections and they all seed back to the basic species eventually.It's in the genes. I think they have to be kept in isolation to get 'Pam's Choice' again.
need a bit more focus
I think it's phlomis but my original ID was based on what I thought were yellow flowers. Blown up they turn into yellow leaves.
Test, sage smells of sage, phlomis doesn't, no smell to speak of.
the white ones are alliums musher
That phlomis needs a good hacking back after the flowers finish
any chance of a photo of your plant Michael.?
the first 2 are alliums
the orange one erysimums
the ones in the water Iris pseudocorus
the last an aquilegia, Nora Barlow or similar
that's a start
Lots of jobs GD, like pulling nettles and goosegrass