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Another vote for the hoe - I've got several different kinds and don't get on with any of them. My favourite tool is a hand fork.
Jingo, for future occasions just remember that you can wash off most "bugs" with a water spray, without doing harm to anything. Or if you know that they are damaging your plant, you can squash them. Free as well!
The leaves don't look right for C. vitalba but I agree, probably something derived from it.
Scrophularia nodosa, Common Figwort, is a native perennial wild flower and often grows in woodland. Sounds perfect for your situation, do keep them!
Could C be Jasminum beesianum? Looks like 6 petals to me, Oleander only has 5.
Nope, still nothing there. You can't post photos from an iPad, I believe.
I've never seen a pink one, sounds nice. I have purple and white, and sometimes the progeny is purple-and-white streaked, which I love.
Duplicate - see other question.
I wouldn't buy it, I know what I put into my green bins! (Not Fallopia japonica though, I don't have a problem with that!)
Is it an indoor one in a pot, or one growing in the ground in a garden?