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I don't think an annual plant like borage will contain as many nutrients as a deep rooted perennial like comphrey. But you could give it a try
Tomatoes have a very distinctinctive smell to the leaves, easily confirmed or eliminated. I can't it see clearly enough to offer an opinion
I find choisya ternats does well in some shade.
Unless you're somewhere very warm I wouldn't start now, they'll never get to beans before the frost
I don't think it's fat hen but something in that family seems likely
Neither thyme nor ivy but sorry I don't know what
Tomsk, what is spiny here?
They look bulb like don't they. Where are the spines?
They look a bit like eucomis leaves
It always looks like that to start with.
Just keep looking from the right angle