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Hi all. I've got my internet back at last. Been a hard 3 weeks, had to eat sticky buns every time I needed to send emails, what a task.
It's the 7 years I'm having trouble accepting addict. The flower then die bit proved itself true over the last few years with another species
I can see enough leaf to know it's not any sort of bulb or other monocot. My guess would be ligularia but I don't know them well enough to say which one
Not a comphrey for sure, that's boraginaceae. This has got to be Lamiaceae
try Melittis melissophyllum, bastard balm
Those big autumn crocuses will flower this year and can be bought almost in flower. Can't remember whether they're crocus oor colchicum.
Felcos might not be the only good ones GJ but they are very good and there's an awful lot of rubbish out there.
I don't know if it's OSR or some other similar brassica but the OSR in the field next to us is 3 or 4 feet high in its leaning over state so when upright would be taller than that
you want a deciduous shrub and only feed when it's not in leaf or the leaves will be covered with the end result.
mine's been here a good 10 years, maybe more and I know of a clump 6 foot across that must be much older than mine. No flowers though.
not far from you Jean, Peterborough. It's a ladybird free zone this summer though we had some earlier in the season.