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
Yes, a Galium. Hedge Bedstraw, Galium album, probably but there are others to choose from.
philippa smith2 says:Thanks Lyn - I've never looked before - that is quite staggering !! See original post
Thanks Lyn - I've never looked before - that is quite staggering !!
Did you find the Rainbow Roses?
you are so brave. I've looked out there and I'm not going out any more today
that looks an unlikely match, Are you sure? The one in front appears to be coming up to a very different sort of flower
it would certainly help
you don't show any leaves
a best guess, Hedge Bedstraw, Galium album