Plant identification from a Russian website
Is anyone able to put a name to this please
Might be a Cleome
Reminds me of one that grows amongst the council's mix of wild flowers that in our area are sown at random in swathes along the side of the motorways.
edited 30 August
It is phacelia tanacetifolia. Thanks
. Looking it up, I see its everyday name is fiddleneck phacelia or, for some, blue tansy. It’s used as a green manure, is loved by bees and survives temperatures down to -28°C.
The photos of photos that I posted were not good quality so I understand the cleome suggestion K67.