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They will have germinated last summer and over-wintered. They often do that, the biggest best specimens come that way
I'd say comphrey, probably Symphytum caucasicum
1.confirm dogwood but not which type, they all flower like that
2. Probably Deutzia but post another pic when it comes out
5 might be forget me not but doesn't look quite right
Them's arums artjak
I don't think I'd do that. They're so close to flowering now and could lead to disappointment. You could move some of the seedlings.
Disordered is good with aquilegias, they're not formal sort of plants
That's a Speckled Wood, I haven't seen one of those this year yet
nice picture KT
Noooooo don't weed it out.
You're right, it's a paeony
What a good find
I'd say so. The only other possibility is Thalictrum aquilegifolium but my money's on the aquilegia.
Yes, AbiM, they need cutting back to perform well. Now. Down to a good set of growing shoots. But read this whole thread, they do go downhill eventually and cuttings are a good plant