Enchanters nightshade, Circaea lutetiana is a right b.......r to get rid of, It spreads around my garden and completely ignores me. Common names are a menace, this is in the same family as willowherb and evening primrose and completely unrelated to anything else called nightshade
Might be giant hogweed, can we see a bit more of it please?
the one after the willowherb looks like enchanter's nightshade.
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It's time for them to be outside and in the ground. That should sort them out.Water them in and leave them alone for a while, no daily watering
Are you sure that's S. dulcamara? It looks more like S. crispum
Someone's pressed the bold type button on it
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any smell to it at all? How tall? any flowers appearing?
where are they? how big are they? too wet is more of a problem for cerinthes than too dry but they do need a bit of water
No doubt about it Brenda, willow
2nd one today
I'm pretty sure it's a willow sapling. The bark, the leaf shape and that hint of orange in the leaves is all willow
Digitalis need light, don't cover them. I've germinated them from spring and autumn sowings, no heat.
Your post reminds me that however many I may have germinated in the past, there are none to be seen in the garden now