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If the plants had already been moved before the buyer came round then you've got no problem.
If they saw a lovely garden and moved in to find it gone - then there could be a problem
That was a waste of time Alan. They all fly at once and then it's all over
It was the 'catkins' than made me think C. pendula obelixx
I should think it's Carex pendula again
Have the shiny green leaves got a ridge up the back?
I'm not familiar with galinsoga but I don't think there are any carnivorous plants that look like that, where would the flies get trapped?
There was a thread last year from someone in the same position.I can't remember what they were but not this one.
Maybe it's time I shut up then Dove
Not likely is it
I never post anything than can be identified
That pink flower is an osteospermum but I think it's the one with the yellow flowers for id
Orchid Lady IDd both these correctly on 12.07,
Get the black plastic off, dig and let the weather do it's thing over winter, get some muck on. The soil will come back to life then, worms and other invertebrates will soon move back in.
Terrible stuff black plastic