No not chickweed, it's Fat Hen - Chenopodium album - a common agricultural weed.
It's also known as Lamb's Quarter and sometimes grown as a vegetable.
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Just get someone to cut some wooden blocks ... bits sawn off the end of some 2 x 4 would suit ... three blocks per pot.
They'll cut them for you in B&Q and similar places.
It looks a bit like Clematis viticella 'Polish Spirit' ... which is a gorgeous clematis ......... but I'm no authority ........... hopefully Richard will come along soon ............
Pdoc ... what were we saying the other day, in another context, about the inflexibility of some medics and the need for a more holistic approach. It seems to me that you're being set up to fail. ((hugs))
That's a much slower event over hundreds of years ... and actually the soil level doesn't really rise significantly because of the leaf fall but because of the volume of the roots under the soil lifting the soil level.
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Possibly wind damage.
Is it an indoor plant or a garden plant?
It's a rose ..... it lmight be a rambler, or one sometimes called a ground cover or procumbent rose......... not sure which one .... have a look here and see if you can find a match
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Yes, anything around the base of the tree, and over the roots near the surface will prevent oxygen getting to the roots ... they need oxygen.
It's ok ... they're not missing .... I know where they are