throw a few seeds over for the neighbour when they ripen.
Most Verbascums are biennial so let it seed to get more
I'd sow grass now, I do. But if I wanted a proper lawn I wouldn't do it now.
I'd get it levelled, winter will settle it and you can rake it over for a final levelling when things warm up in spring
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Much more useful info Philippa
Yes, I recognised the chemical.
I mostly ignore old threads revitalised.
There's never anything much when I look, as is the case this time.
But at least it's not an advert
do both GD
there are a lot of leaves in there that don't go with flowers. I think that's an Echium.
One of the annual Echium vulgare varieties, 'Blue Bedder' maybe
Is that one of mine GD? It looks familiar but I can't remember if it was you that had them
If it is, I start them in spring.
They look like perennials, lots of new growth starting now. But not reliable over winter