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Seeds do need to ripen on the plant before you harvest and dry them Jo.
If they're upright the seed will sit there for a while before it drops or you could put it's head in a paper bag
I looks like one of the eupatoriums.
But that isn't a definite ID
Buy from nurseries, the people that grow things.Forget the rest
I like GeeTee, the only disappointment has been the freeby Jetfires, some were soft and mouldy
I don't know cannas but green is not ripe. Seed needs to mature and ripen on the plant before you can dry it off
A teucrium, probably Teucrium chamaedrys
I think 2 is a Chelone, possibly C. obliqua
Looks like horseradish
LeadFarmer, that would be great
I have ordered good weather and it worked last time
The Stycamore moth caterpillar is a very bright orangey brown and one of the few I recognise. I think there are several brown hairy caterpillars and I can't tell one from t'other