Is anyone able to id these plants esp the frilly one. Weeding needs to commence, if its not ground elder or alkanet I don't have a clue.
Peanuts - the large leaf could be either verbascum or lambs ears. The thin grass like spikes could be a sedge. Not sure what the middle one is.
Someone will be along soon with the correct answers.
I think the centre one could be feverfew. Forester I thought stachys too at first but now I'm not sure.
Feverfew and Verbascum 100%
Doesn't look like the Feverfew that grows in my garden.
I have some doubt Mark. Easy to check though, nothing smells like feverfew
"frilly" one could be cow parsley???? IMHO it's not feverfew
I don't think that's feverfew - I think the the leaflets of feverfew are broader and shorter.
But I'm not convinced its cow parsley either - it just isn't quite right - but cow parsley has lots of similar relatives.
Have a look at the leaf stems - if they have a groove or channel running along the upper surface then it's likely to be cow parsley Anthriscus sylvestris.
I'd be more convinced if I could crush the leaves and smell it. I spent my childhood picking armsfull of cow parsley for our pet rabbits.
I don't think it's cow parsley either. I have a lot of that
It could be Selinum, which is a close Cow Parsley relative with similar umbelliferous flowers.
Leave the grey one. Dig out and move the frilly one. They are probably self seeded. They might be garden border perennials or they might have been part of a wild flower border. Neither look like obviously 'weedy' weeds. Wait and see!