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They are weird. It's only the flowers bases that give it away
not sure which one, looks a bit short for spinosus
It's bristly though, that's what I was looking at. Looks more echium or borage family to me
I think that's too prickly for a campanula.
Last time I said 'that's not one of ours' on a wildflower ID I was wrong. But I don't think this is a UK wildflower.
Oh dear I think it might be another of those endless GW, MD threads
asters, dahlias, Malva moschata alba
I have a white shrub about to flower, Clerodendron trichotomum, lovely scent, stunning berries to follow.
Right, thanks Edd
Good to see you Bill
What a lovely idea.
I have a large agapanthus in a large pot. It was in the garden til spring 2013 when I lifted it to make room for drainage works.Now I want to put it back in the garden. Could I do it as soon as the flowers are over, or should I wait til next spring?