75mm girth is tiny, if that were a rule we wouldn't be able to cut anything back.
I doubt if there are rules preventing the removal of leylandii.
I think that's Melica altissima 'Atropurpurea'
If plant that needs warm and wet is planted next to one that need cool and dry, they will not both be suited
they have to eat something. Have you got a tidy garden with no dead organic material?
re those foxgloves in the last but one photo? I would get those planted out but none of the others.
can we see a photo please?
what distinguishes that from the other million and one fungi coming out of tree stumps at this time of year Edd?
Most fungi aren't poisonous
great minds Dove
may not be dead after a month, just resting. you've done the most important thing, air, light and water can now get to it. If it still looks rough after winter scatter some grass seed