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08/04/2014 at 19:03

i actually thought they were quite sweet:

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08/04/2014 at 19:05

More celandines, they're everywhere

08/04/2014 at 19:06

celandine, it's  British Native, but it's very very invasive. It has small bulb like structures  on the roots and every single one can produce a new plant. I'd suggest you try to get rid of it before it becomes a nuisance.

 

08/04/2014 at 19:08

ooops. well its at my dads house, not mine, and i wont be here long. there are weeds of all sorts in his big garden and there is little time to sort them out to be honest

08/04/2014 at 19:10

Just don't take any plants away with you without quarantine for at least a year

08/04/2014 at 19:33

As Nutcutlet says......don't take any plants from celandine infested gardens.......if it has to be done, you should wash every grain of compost from roots, and pot them up...........then wait at least 12 months before planting in a clean garden.  Even then, I'd advise washing off again before planting.

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