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No toxins, you can eat them.
Last edited: 19 May 2016 12:28:39
Alliaria petiolata, aka Jack by the Hedge or GarlicMustard.
Food plant for the larvae of Orange Tip butterflies
Maybe but I'll stick with catalpa for now
the twigs look just like mine
Indian Bean tree
Catalpa bignonioides I think.
It flowers and fruits, just have to wait til it gets more mature
Can't remember the common name, someone will
Not unhealthy at all, they all live together naturally. It's people that don't like it because they like to see clear water.
Same with green murky water, the inhabitants don't mind, people do
If they're hardy ones I'd get them outside in a shady corner and leave them alone, they'll die back soon and reappear next year, bigger.
I doubt if you've killed it, some people cut these back to a frame work of stumps every year and new stems grow. The leaves on your trunk may be the beginning of that
I sow them in the autumn and they germinate in spring
They take at least 2 seasons to flower
Wasps and other insects love the flowers
Can't think of anything else at the moment