I think it's Polygonum (or possibly Fallopia now) convolvulus or a relative. One of the buckwheats.
The second is Lysimachia ciliata, probably 'Firecracker'
I don't think people realise what those sprays do Lyn. They're sold as the answer to all troubles, most of which are not troubles at all, just part of life in the natural world
I like those, interesting looking seeds pods.
When the wood boring insects move in the end has come. Try and avoid the pesticdes if you can, they kill the goodies as well as the baddies and you'll never achieve a balance of life in the garden.
I'd remove and replace
I do think you need to eat them to have problems and that journalists aren't the best people for advice on the subject.
Maybe that's why I don't know what I'm doing Hippophae
I wonder if, with the thead title of strawbridge, and strawbreeze in the text we might be talking about strawberries.
I don't know the answer though
I think that's Datura stramonium which I know as thorn apple. But they are quite trumpet like and might be called angel's trumpets.