That's good, I was never happy with phytolacca for that one.
Not sure I love it but it's interesting
I was busy pansyface. I looked things up
I usually let other people do that
but I wanted to know (and I was sitting here waiting for various things to finish cooking for a buffet meal tonight)
Hi David. Is that a selfie
In all the time I've been doing moth traps and seen numerous elephant hawkmoths I have never seen one of these in the garden
Have you looked at this thread Lizzy?
No, I think quite woolly. Common name (looking at the book again,) is Mountain Everlasting. It's grouped with anaphalis and helichrysum on the page.
Aquilegia doesn't have long stems like creepers as you describe in first post