the shape of the tree as a whole plant, more leaves showing how they're arranged on a branch, buds
clattnow, I read books, I can't watch films made from them
The Day of the Triffids was good when I first read it (don't ask how long ago) but seems very dated now.
I look forward to meeting your triffid
white cornflowers, yes, that's OK.
Triffid? can it walk? I've never seen the film but I read the book many years ago.
Would need a photo for that one
a little invasive is a bit of an understatement
pretty though if you have the space for it.
it's a wild plant, related to Meadowsweet but likes dry conditions.
Filipendula vulgaris, dropwort.
looks like golden rod
Phormium I think.
I have no grasp of the word 'tidy' It looks OK to me
that's pretty extreme
I've always been able to ID fasciated plants I've seen but not that one
Shrubs and perennials rarely germinate as quickly as annuals, often in spring from an autumn sowing. tbh I can't remember the timescale but quick compared to some things I've grown.