Posted: 11/02/2017 at 19:18
It looks to me like Alexanders - reputedly introduced to the UK by the Romans who grew it as a vegetable. It is very popular with foragers and I suggest that the best way of keeping it under control will be to harvest and eat it.
And cut it down each year before it seeds, then it won't spread from its allotted space.
But get it checked by someone knowledgable before eating it as there are some vaguely similar plants which would do you no good if you ate them.
Last edited: 11 February 2017 19:19:30