Seeding is the invasive bit GD. It gets huge but it doesn't spread by runners.
I've got my eye on a huge one, It's got to go. I quite like them, but not everywhere. I could cut them before they seed but there wouldn't be much point in keeping them if I could have the flowers and the seeds
Hazel -- says:My fritillary leaves and bud look similar to this, Garden Noob.See original post
My fritillary leaves and bud look similar to this, Garden Noob.
Mine don't, not any of them.
I think punkdoc is right
it doesn't look like either of the bluebells to me.
The leaves and the flower buds look wrong
they'll put up a fight but if you wreck them the bits will regrow.
Little plants grow quickly and grow to fit their space.
I don't think you'll kill them. Many have tried without success
if it's become bog like, and it wasn't previously, have a look at water/drain pipes
If you mean save them in pots I think you'd have to do a lot of potting on. I had a selection like that this time last year. I planted them all out, lots flowered, a few are going to flower this year
It will have an even bigger root to move by autumn
I'd get on and do it now.
laurel is as much of a thug as leylandii and of little use to wildlife. I'd plant a mixed native hedge or a row of different shrubs