It looks rather like Valeriana officinalis but 2 foot is a bit short for that
It's Ok in the right garden (mine)
I've got both hirsutum and angustifolium (and several others), they don't cause me a lot of bother.
Paul B3 says:Great or not so great , still a pain in the a**e !See original post
Great or not so great , still a pain in the a**e !
But I'm a plant pedant Paul
I find it difficult to ID a flower like that. I like to see them growing, to see the leaves, the height and where it's growing
i would have said that Willowherb was Epilobium hirsutum, Great or Hairy Willowherb
looks like astilbe buds to me
Looks like a Daphne, probably too young to flower
Bryonia dioica, White Bryony
Poisonous but poisoning rare because it doesn't taste good
You can rely on the bees etc if they're about. Have you got plenty of insects visiting the flowers?
Different plant Cloggie, that's Galium aparine, an annual, aka goosegrass, Sticky Willie. Flowers from the leaf axils all up the stem,same family
this is perennial and has a cluster of flowers at the end of the stem