the seedheads look like my Phytolacca but the leaves are a bit different, probably a different species or variety of.one.
3 is Fumaria officinalis, fumitory
4 Asplenium scolopendrium, Hart's Tongue fern
5 Eupatorium cannabinum, Hemp Agrimony
I don't recognise 1 and 2, but I think I do know 1
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Autumn Joy is a lovely reliable plant and perennial
All my sedums are perennial. There may be some annuals but I haven't seen any. All the common ones you see in garden centres are perennial
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flowers? I haven't had any flowers. But I did cut mine back hoping to stimulate root and shoot growth. Probably due for another potting on as well, They're in 1L pots now.
and if that's a flower forming at the top, cut it off. Roots and leaves are what it needs at this stage
it isn't either. Any chance of a photo of it growing?
and one of the flowers
roses do have to be grafted or grown from cuttings to get the same cultivar (cultivated variety). I think if you get a named rose it will be the right one unless they get the labels mixed.
Cultivars from other plants have to be grown from cuttings, divided or grafted to get the same cultivar but they also produce seed. The plants grown from these seeds are not the same as the original plant. Even if they look very much like it they are still not the original cultivar and shouldn't be sold as such. But they are.
I think Fritillary is right on that one as well, Jasione montana. Sorry, forgot to say that in the last post