The wild teasel (Dispacus fullonum) is fascinating, as the first flowers open as
a belt around the middle and then open sequentially towards top and bottom. There
are two little bugs in the top of this one, see close-up image below.
Wall Brown (Lasiommata megera) on a Verbena bonariensis in the garden.
This Hummingbird hawk-moth (Macroglossum stellatarum) was attracted by the Pandorea
jasminoides in the greenhouse - they are really tricky to photograph as they flit
about - click here to see a very short video of one in the garden.