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Very invasive Sue, site it carefully
I assume this is not flowering now Sue.
I think that's Tansy, Tanacetum vulgare
Foxgloves at the top, then aquilegia, don't recognise 3.
The last may well be spanish bluebells
% might well be alba e.
What about the ones behind the likely hemerocallis?
I don't think it's Midwinter Fire. They look more anaemic if left unpruned rather than reddish. (guess who hasn't pruned her MF)
All you snowdrop planters, just water them in and leave them. They'll be fine. Don't drown them
In 4. were they seedlings (separate babies) or suckers, (joined to the clump) If suckers I'm thinking hemerocallis (daylily)
A lot of lots of things. Spring
I'm just raking it off
1, Stipa gigntea with Stipa tenuissimma behind
2, Looks more like Knifophia than a grass
3. Stipa tenuissimma
4. Not sure any of these are grasses. The little ones could be sisyrinchium
5 & 6, Cornus sibirica