I shall have a rummage round the www and see if I can find another species that looks right
There are always bees and wasps and all the other sting and bite insects. The only time one of mine was stung he'd trodden on a wasp or bee. he had no idea what had happened so it didn't make him frightened of them. It hurt for a bit, he soon forgot
There are quite a lot of species of iberis (candytuft) and I wonder if yours is not the usual one seen in packets of white, pink and purple candytuft.
I think if you leave them alone, they leave you alone. I assume you wouldn't be able to move them from a hole in stonework without taking the house apart. So the only alternative would be killing them
They're a promiscuous lot aren't they. I've stopped worrying about which is which.
The flowers do look like candytuft don't they. I think it must be.
Let them be. They'll be busy in your garden.
Bee keepers don't collect bumble bees, they want honey bees
It's very blurry but I don't think they're cytisus flowers
Can we see it growing please
I think they would die, transplanted at that size. They're annuals and will seed, you can move them as small plants