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The one thing you cannot afford to have is a sense of perspective Hostafan
That's the one.
Lovely red berries. swamps hedges. Doesn't when to stop. do not eat
The problem is after a year or so the bases of those suckers are hard wood and the roots of some become exposed and the mower (and the OH that fixes the mower) are not happy
Acer negundo flowers Bob, dangly things. Might be dioecious.
I thought they all flowered but I only grow negundo and campestre
I hope you find it's something you like
I wondered if there was a pelagonium called maderense but I had a look and didn't find anything.
Somebody doing a bit of label swapping
I'd say not, unless there's something wrong with it. The leaves shouldn't be curly edged like that. It looks more like a pelagonium.
It's certainly not leonotis.
The manner of growth suggest one of the annual polygonums but that's not a definite ID
The prunus seems a likely suspect. It's what they do.
I haven't found a wayof stopping them. I have this prunus, (or similar), alder and wild cherry suckering in various places in the garden.
Yes, thug, I didn't think to mention that. Herb Robert very similar but easier to remove