It's marmalade Steve
Agree willow herb. Not sure which one, I don't remember any smell from any of mine.
Epilobium hirsutum is a b......r to get out of heavy soil Dave
That's Leucojum vernum, aka snowflake. Not a snowdrop.
Beth Chatto has (or had, I haven't been lately) a lovely Hiydrangea petiolaris growing up a tree.
It's on the link but the best pic is in her Woodland Garden book
Having said that, I wouldn't put anything up a dead tree. Bits start falling off sooner or later
You need at least a hundred
Nice idea Yvie
What sort of cornus?
That's interesting Berghill. I shall have to check what mine are doing. The seed pods on the species Galanthus nivalis look full and the snowdrops spread everywhere but I've never collected them or opened anything up.
celandine, every little bit makes a new plant
Pretty yellow flowers though and disappears completely in the summer
Yes, I have a snowdrop and grass path Gv plus primroses and cyclamen.