Lathraea clandestina, parasitic, often on willow roots
Hold off the water a bit, lots of light and warm but maybe not full sun in their condition.
these are plants from areas of heat and sun. They look too wet and need more light.
Yes, Do it soon.
That one will, but cut the long stems off to give it a chance.
a photo of what you've got would help
or is that what's 2 miles away?
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Muck and grit should help but it's better to choose plants that do well in the soil you have
Described as fragile so not cotoneaster. I've enlarged this to the point of blur and it's not cotoneaster anyway. I think we're looking at something much smaller.
I think it is worse than other chemicals but I wouldn't use those either. I can live without that sterile monoculture of the English lawn