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Nick, you made me giggle - I love the idea of moaning at the weeds to get them down!
Angelica gigas is another huge umbellifer, stunning plant.
Yes, Tamus communis. It's a relative of the yam!
Comfrey is often used for this. I believe there is a special strain sold for this purpose. Nettles are good as well.
The mole thing doesn't work, sorry to say.
That reminds me very much of Pellitory of the Wall, a nettle relative. Strange place for it to grow though, it could well be something else entirely!
I very much doubt if the tree will recover, conifers don't reshoot when cut back or damaged. I think the houseplant is a schefflera, but not really my subject - someone else will be along in a minute!
Looks like Allium moly. Should smell a bit oniony!
Hope you all have a lovely day. Have some cake for me!
Against all reason, I agree with Lyn. Many of mine are growing in grass and get mown down after the seeds have fallen. It doesn't seem to do them any harm at all.