not a juniper. Picea probably - spruce
Yes, as jansi says, a cotoneaster. no doubt about that. I couldn't say which one
I'm more ruthless each year
Difficult to stop?
my white macrorrhizum is so slow and fragile I couldn't recommend it as ground cover. Nice, but not robust. Not like the deep pink ?Bevan's variety which could fill that area in a couple of years
Geranium macrorrhizum would do well, I have it in a similar situation, comes in several shades of pink
The top pic looks like the willow but the bottom less so so undecided here. Can you do a couple of from the side images aym?
and is the stem rounded or angled?
soulboy says:Thank you both! So many plants to learn about.See original post
Thank you both! So many plants to learn about.
It never stops soulboy, there's always a new plant to learn about
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I think I can guarantee its survival
Digging it out might be hard work but worth it if you don't like it.
There are a lot of plants called something plenflora, what are you digging out?
looks like borage to me