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Yes, Linda, that's how I know them. Probably depends on the species, some of mine are white
slugs are creatures
other creatures eat them
hedgehogs and slugs pellets.
not so good
Hedgehogs eat slugs.
Could be in compost, there are several plants in this garden that arrived with compost. Seeds do drift in but only if they're within reasonable distance.
Thornapple and Shoofly plant definitely arrived in compost. When you get them in a dozen or more different seed pots there's not much doubt where they came from
I've got no idea cloggie
I've never seen them like that either, usually a cluster hidden well inside the pot
I'm pretty sure it's Salix caprea but I'm 100% sure it's not bay
They don't last forever, maybe time for a replacement
I think the first is a seedling willow, Salix caprea maybe.
The second is not a plant I know. Have you got acid soil, it has the look of a plant that likes acid soil
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