I have a lot of fasciation in a collection of digitalis from the seed swap last year. I always though that it was damage of some sort that caused this rather than genetic variation. but maybe not. I shall have to do some reading on the subject
I just let mine seed where they will. I've got a lovely volunteer patch of A. christophii and one of the eryngiums this year
That looks like creeping buttercup to me
I think that's Atennaria dioica,
but It's not one I'm very familiar with, it doesn't grow around here
I think so. I don't think swainsona makes a substantial bush like that
It doesn'twork from phones. Photo storage sites are an option
I. heteranthera do you think Invicta?
The leaves are wrong for Judas tree but I think it's a pea. Maybe Indigofera
and plants often get moved from on family to another
If Macleaya weren't known as plume poppies I wouldn't have assumed they were papaveraceae.
Th bigger the establishment the more room for more of the same plants. I like a plant fair where small specialist nurseries sell plants