I used to get lots of those ... strange because I've never had a Paypal account. I just forward them to
How fascinating ...
I think I know what you were probably trying to say Watery, but that you probably needed another coffee before saying it ... It happens to us all ...
I think that the parsnip in the photo has suffered from drought and then had a lot of water and split ... it has then continued to try to grow but in a deformed way.
My one rhubarb plant .. a four year old Timperley Early, takes up all of that space ..........
You probably have room for a couple of cordon-trained gooseberries ... and that's much the best way to grow them
Hello LilyP And anyone else I've missed or who comes along later ...
Get well soon Pat ((hugs))
glad you're taking the Selenium Clari. Wonky swears by them.
OH are going into the city later on ... He needs some clothes and I need some bits and bobs for our holiday
The organic way is to dig it up. I'd do it in the autumn when the soil is damp so you can follow the roots through the soil and try to get every bit.
in the spring dig out the bits that you've missed as soon as you see them shooting, so they don't get the chance to establish.
The usual thing is to give them a mossy pole and peg the plant to it for support. You can usually get what you need from a florist or online florists' suppliers.
I think that looks like weather damage.