After the recent success of the wild garlic identification I should perhaps try a few more. I know a few names of what we have (such as daffodils, tulips, buttercups, daisies, rhus, grass, nettles, cow parsley, thistles, heather, quince, rhodendendron, birch, alder, dandelion, forsythia... oh, I am impressing myself actually) but I've never really been one for bothering about the names of things although I can usually remember those of my wife, son and daughter, so... any idea about this one on our minimally maintained riverbank?
Apart from the cherry tree on our dear cat's grave we have planted
nothing, just accepting what was there and whatever out of what arrives on the wind
that we choose to nurture. There may be a few more such puzzles as the flowers bloom (and since I don't know the answers you can feel free to sound superior while talking rubbish, as generally works for me in other contexts).