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I think it might be H. androsaemum but, as you say Berghill, definitely a hypericum
Check through various other threads on this subject before panicking. After all you've had them years.
Half the garden is poisonous but the plants don't jump up and attack you (except brambles)
if you handle them, you'll find the builder sand has a much softer feel to it than the concrete (sharp) sand
If that's from seed this year it's more likely to be an annual as Onorprdum suggests.
and my tansy has much tighter leaf growth than that
Sad for the man, the family and the effect it has on other people
When I say 4, I mean 5
1. Euphorbia lathyris
2. Linaria purpurea
3 Redshank, a weed but a nice one
4 you could be right with the rose campion if that's Silene coronaria, or maybe Centaurea montana.
Last one. Bluebells
I think this is centranthus. It says pink and red in the title that we don't see once the thread is open.
Yes jmlkirk, they do
we cut back the pond banks when everything dies back at the end of the season
That would fit with chunky rhizomes wouldn't it
I was thinking helianthus but had forgotten that species