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Need more info...flowers etc.
Solidago caesia (axillary goldenrod, blue-stem goldenrod): Go Botany
Centranthus ruber - Wikipedia
I held back as I do not recognise this.
I am so sorry but having grown Digitalis lutea I do not think it is a match.
Colour is wrong.
Agree with Georgia Strait....Neomarica caerulea..
Superb pics by Forest and Kim Starr below
Neomarica caerulea - Plants of Hawaii - Starr...
Surely not in flower yet?
Tradescantia x andersoniana.
There are several named cultivars.
Reminds me of Hebe ochracea which grows here.
Hebe Society - Hebes O - Hebe ochracea
Yes definitely in the daisy family...Asteraceae
Looks like Euryops chrysanthemoides..or if leaves are grey then Euryops pectinatus.
Looks like Castanea sativa...common name sweet chestnut
Yes. These are the seeds of Ulmus...common name Wych Elm
Apparently it is Ulmus glabra that grows up here.
Definitely something pink in your pic.
Anemonella prefer cool shade.
Sun means hotter dryer./deader
Doronicum sp/cultivar...common name Leopard's Bane.
symphytum..possibly a named cultivar rather than a wild sp.
Common name Comfrey.
Hyacinthoides non-scripta It is known in English as the common bluebell or simply bluebell.
Flowers are on one side only.
I would say these are Hyacinthoides hispanica...common Spanish bluebells..which have flowers all round the stem.