Register with us or sign in
Great isn't it
That looks pretty normal to me for this end of summer
Ants will be after aphids which will be there somewhere. They do have very definite routes. I think it's only a problem if you see it as one.
Slugs and snails are always about.
All part of life
If it's as tall as rosebay WH it's chicory. flax is much shorter
Hard to pick out but I think chicory is most likely
Verdun might even know which cultivar
It will be the maroonish ones then, that's a nice find
hellebores, what sort have you got seeding?
Go for it Bob
Laurus noblis, commonly called bay or bay laurel as hostafan says.
Not to be confused with Prunus laurocerasus, commonly known as laurel or cherry laurel.