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The beets and carrots might be OK
Definitely a symphytum, not officinale, that's not out yet by along way.
Might be this one,
I'd be expecting spanish bluebells from the second but I don't always get what I expect
honesty, sweet rocket seems to grow in sun or shade.
Jack by the hedge, a wildflower, food plant for orange tip butterflies
Pulmonarias are good shade plants and the bees love them.. Ivy, flowers and berries are good and the shelter as well.
Ceratostigma is a favourite for the HBHM here, the shrubby one, willmottianum? or something like that.
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These often come up from nowhere. The seeds are distributed by aliens after they've done the crop circles
Coming up to flower Gardengirl,
Did you get many germinating?
Pottertons are reliable. I haven't used them on line, I visit their nursery