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Nigel, google "majoram in the kitchen", you'll get lots of ideas.
The "branch" which is flowering now won't flower again, but it will grow one or two new ones from the bottom which will flower next year. Cut off that branch at the base once it has finished flowering. Here some info on how to move it.
Certainly looks like majoram to me, wait til it flowers, it should have pink flowers.
But try and keep it in check, it likes to spread around.
There is an article by Helen Yemm in the DT today about lilly beetles!
Maybe this will help.
Hi Herbgarden. I've just googled wild orchids uk and found this. I think your orchid is a sawfly orphys and loved by bees, see link below
Can't believe I'm reading this, Mr. Toast. What you are planning is sacrilege, sorry!
They look like anthemis nobilis, Natter Jack. Very pretty.
Perhaps it was Dahlia Karma Choc and he got it mixed up. Not tragic!
One of several of my shuttlecock ferns growing in very dry soil at the foot of a thuja hedge.