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it won't produce any more blossom this year - spring is over.
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NO not the slightest chance - willowherb have tiny fluffy seeds which drift on the breeze and grow wherever they settle. You've probably got other ones growing around the place - you'll soon be able to recognise them when they're really small
Digging it over methodically and weeding it out - including every bit of root you can find - good old fashioned gardening I'm afraid.
The fact that it's eye covering has misted over indicates that it's about to shed it's skin. It may well move on after that has happened.
Yes, one of the broomrapes.
In a previous garden we hade Orabanche minor appear on a bank of white clover - fascinating
Beautiful Jacqueline - thank you
Hello folks Back from a lovely wander around Peter Beales' Classic Roses with Topbird and BL - gorgeous blooms (if a bit rain damaged). The perfume in the air was wonderful and it was good to do something positive today.
One of the willowherbs - considered a weed in most gardens.
Seed potato tubers are expensive because it takes work and time to produce them - there is not cheap and easy short cut.