these are grafted plants. Is the newer growth from below the graft?
Mary370 says:You should plant both and see for yourself........See original post
You should plant both and see for yourself........
I agree, in separate pots. Then you will know for sure and will be able to advise the next person that asks this question
yes, they're the seeds. I can't see the ones on the left clearly enough to say if they are as well.
calendula seeds are curly
Might be echinacea rather than rudbeckia but not any weed I know. (and I have a lot to compare them with)
the leafy thing on the right in the bottom photo is Celery-leaved Buttercup, Ranunculus scleratus.
agree with Bob re the first
the middle one could be Thornapple, Datura stramonium but not sure re this
a bit to distant to be sure but looks like one of the annual euphorbias.
a wild flower of the UK
Not strictly bonsai with their roots in the ground but I saw one pruned as a shrub in a garden I visited and I'm trying to do that to mine. It was given to me years ago, already hacked about so no future as a tree. It's not very wonderful to look at so far.
some sort of amaranthus?
Rhus typhina, Stag's Horn Sumach.