the leaves of the second look like the three part leaves of a trefoil to me. the coronillas I've seen have pinnate leaves with more leaflets
There are mountains of shreddings here every year. I need big. OH had to lower the top by about a foot so I could reach.
DANGER EVERYWHERE PANSYFACE
I STUFFED IT THROUGH THE SHREDDER
MADE A BIG HEAP OF SHREDDINGS
THEN HAD A SHOWER, (NO PHOTO AVAILABLE)
NO NEW PATCHES BUT THE LAST LOT DIDN'T APPEAR TIL THE NEXT DAY
Daphne tangutica is flowering now and is well scented.
the first is Feverfew
the second probably Bird's Foot Trefoil
I'm assuming the dead bits in the second pic are something else
Mine have arrived as well Richard, thank you. Potted up and sowed.
Stamps to come any day soon.
should do kitty but you could collect and save some to be sure. I'm not sure how hardy those annual linaria are
Thanks Dove, better already
Gardening is an ongoing process isn't it aym. Before you can blink something has become huge and swamping everything. That bamboo was poking out of the top of the eleagnus next to it and through the grass path. Now I can ignore it for another 10 years The mower will deal with the grass invaders
That's the way to look at it Fidget. I can't be worrying about it.
Even without the current damages my hands couldn't be described as well manicured.