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Yes, that's the one gardenmaiden
One of the Viburnums, possibly burkwoodii. Has it got a fantastic scent?
1 is aquilegia and in the second post, Japanese anemone
2 looks familiar but not as something I grow. Someone will recognise it
I think you can assume, from all the purple in the stems, that it won't be a white one
Try another google for Polemonium, probably P. caerulea, Jacob's Ladder
Daphnes have a reputation for sudden death. I lost an odora and a mezereum in the same year
Leycesteria formosa, aka Himalayan honeysuckle. Very attractive shrub but seeds about a bit
yes, ground elder. just ready for a dose of glyphosate
I've never heard it called English mandrake.
I love the way the berries are left hanging on almost nothing when the stems dry off in autumn.
It will be a grafted tree, the white will be from below the graft. Cut it off, the growth on that will be stronger and faster growing than the pink and will take over