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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?
Don't agree Verdun, leave them as long as possible. They sometimes last right through the winter and still look good.
Definitely a speedwell. You can just see a blue flower in the photo. Can't tell the species from this though. Veronica filiformis is the commonest as a weed of lawns.
Photo doesn't enlarge, but looks like Woody Nightshade, Solanum dulcamara, to me.
Botany, very much related to gardening!
George, did you know that when you use upper case in messages it comes across as shouting at us? It's called netiquette!
Glebionis segetum, Corn Marigold. It's a common ingredient in wildflower mixes.
Sorry, not Chenopodium, their leaves taper into the stalk. Probably an Atriplex, one of the Oraches, but a difficult group to ID.