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Dill is particularly loved by the caterpillars of the Swallow Tail Butterfly. Well worth planting some in odd spots around the garden.
Those sprang to mind here too, Lizzie, perhaps alternated with one of the vincas.
Your Grandma will be thrilled, Charlie! Don't forget that Lithodora's like slightly acid soil, so if she hasn't got that, it might pay to add a bit of ericaceous compost to the soil.
A very beautiful Yucca!
Looks like Ambrosia artemisiifolia a.k.a. Giant Ragweed, if so, the pollen can cause severe allergies.
Oxalis tetraphylla "Iron Cross"
It sounds like it could be this, Possum:
The "varigated" conifer looks more like it has dying/frozen shoots to me!
They say necessity is the mother of invention!
The way wild garlic spreads, I doubt if someone picking a few leaves will do any harm!