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That's purple Toadflax.
i don't class this as a weed, I grow it from seeds purposely for the bees.
Same here as Frank, hydrangeas the same, do them early and frost will have the top leaf buds, send them black and you have to do them all over again done to the next bud.
You don't gain anything by pruning early.
We are having chicken casserole, we haven't observed lent for a few years now.
Hi Verdun, I have the toolbar, but my God, waiting for the page to load, can't be doing with it today, gets half a page then the rest is blank, white, then a bit more and so on.
Who mentioned cats, not me wouldn't dare.
we could fill a compost bin in a week with our tea bags eh Hosta..
Andrew, do you make compost as well to use as a mulch?
Here we go again!
I wish people would look back at the other 1000 threads on this subject.
I always wonder at what stage you stop potting on and put them in the ground.
if you put it straight into the ground it's in a half acre diameter pot Instantly.
Gosh Andrew, you drink a lot of tea, mulching those with your tea bags will be a job for the year.
nice in the cages, you wont get any cats on those.
I have just googled the Pritchard, it is quite spikey. As it's campanula it will just all shoot out from the bottom in the spring won't it?
They don't want to be in the house though.
Are you sure they are campanula, which type, they look like verbena bonariensis.
if they are verbena you can cut then right down.they look woody for campanula, but then I don't know all the different types.