|Crinum x powellii 'Album'. In the early '90s I remarked to Primrose Warburg that we'd had two stems on this, to which she replied that she thought she'd had forty on hers (planted at the foot of her washing line post).
|Agapanthus praecox, grown from seed from plants that grew in my garden in Tanzania. It has been hardy here for about twenty years.
|Allium senescens and Eryngium bourgatii 'Oxford Blue'
|A mystery Allium that has appeared - thoughts on identity are welcome!
|A nice combination in my mother's planter of Aeonium 'Zwartkop' and Plectranthus argentatus
|Fresh fronds of Polypodium interjectum 'Cornubiense' forming a lush carpet
|Lavatera cashemiriana came from Chris Chadwell in 1991 and maintains itself by self-sowing modestly.
|Myrtus communis, originally grown from a cutting liberated from a garden in Charmouth, Dorset, in 1982.
|Cynanchum sp. - a curiosity as a hardy, climbing asclepiad, with tiny almost black flowers, followed by typical pairs of capsules looking like inflated horns , with silky-haired seed. It sows around, but doesn't really warrant its space.
|Ivy Broomrape, Orobanche hederae, on ivy roots in a dry border by the drive. A fun plant that parasitises only ivy so can't do any harm to anything else - and the ivy copes perfectly well.