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The virus is usually spread by aphids. Planting a new bed next to infected plants is likely to lead to the virus spreading.
Clear the old plants out and buy new virus free certified plants from a reputable supplier.
More than two evergreens together is counted as a hedge and you can be made to keep it to 2metres high. Deciduous you can grow higher.
You could grow Beech, copper or green. It would take a few years to reach 7ft though.
I bet the other sparrows think hes a bit flash.
Carrots or beets should be fine. Give it a sprinkling of fertiliser before you plant.
I think you only get one spike per rosette, but they are often branched. Some foxgloves do this. I just cut off the flowered bit, and let the side shoots flower. I dont think you will get a new spike from the bottom this year.
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Total waste of champagne though.
I thought Christchurch, Dorset. UK
Cut it down when it has finished flowering.Mine didn't survive the winter. I don't think they are very long lived, but you may get them seeding around.
Looks like a dahlia,Dove.
You need a good sieve, and a load of compost or farm yard manure. Sieve out all the nasty bits. Fork in the compost to a depth of 15cm or 6 inches,and then plant into it.
You won't need a gym membership this year.