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In 4. were they seedlings (separate babies) or suckers, (joined to the clump) If suckers I'm thinking hemerocallis (daylily)
A lot of lots of things. Spring
I'm just raking it off
1, Stipa gigntea with Stipa tenuissimma behind
2, Looks more like Knifophia than a grass
3. Stipa tenuissimma
4. Not sure any of these are grasses. The little ones could be sisyrinchium
5 & 6, Cornus sibirica
Go for bog-standard and leave out the F1
Gardeners Delight, even T&M are only charging £1.99 so you'll get them for less than that.
Good tom been around for years
All insect will succumb to the spray. The bees, the ladybirds, everything. Try and get over your feelings about bluebottles, they're just part of nature.
They're not in your kitchen- don't worry
Don't rush, cosmos can't go out yet and when you get then into individual pots you'll need a larger house to get enough windowsills.
It's a bit early.
If I were you I'd pick off any remaining seeds and get them off your premises. That's what I should have done
If they're alive they could recover. I'd leave them alone. We had a long flood last year, weeks til OH dug a drainage channel. Snowdrops died, some narcissi survived, Tete a Tete and Jetfire, and are flowering this year.
It's called goosegrass where I come from