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Yep, oxalis, has yellow flowers.
We have used EverGreen Weed and Feed as we tend to get moss in our grass along with weeds. Its one you scatter from its container and then you water in if it doesn't rain. There are others that you have to mix with water and pour if you have the time to do it.
I might give it a go with malt vinegar though I don't know what my other half will say when he needs some for his chips.
I started my tomato seeds off in March and had them under one of those growlights in my utility. They went down to a heated greenhouse a couple of weeks ago when they were about 8 inches tall. Once they get to a decent size and the weather is good they will be outside on deck against a wall that gets sun for most of the day. I did this last year and got some really good sized Costolutos and Tigerellas.
First one is Astilbe, could have white, pink or deep red flowers. Second one looks like a purple daisy but can't remember its name
3. zantadeschia - big white arum lily
4. dicentra - bleeding heart
That's lucky Nut, I've had three birds fly into the window and kill themselves (a bluetit, greenfinch and woodpigeon).
You could try cutting a large bird shape out of card and sticking it on the inside of your window. My inlaws kept having birds fly into the windows and this solved the problem.
I've got 2 kinds of Kerria in my garden and the one that produces the round pom pom flowers seems to be the one that spreads, the other one that has single petals behaves itself.
Hi you should be able to dig out the new shoots that are popping up. I would use secateurs and loppers to get rid of the rest and then dig out.