Lasts longer in a closed wood burner
They grow straight after coppicing
It grows anywhere, if coppiced grows back to about 15 feet in as many years on my soil. goes well in a mixed native hedge. Looks good in spring with the catkins. Cast a lot of shade.
the chrysalis is a moth or butterfly
I think the first might be field bindweed, Convolvulus arvensis. Dig it up and see if it's got long white roots
hazel for me too
campsis another possibility
pete, it's biennial, complete waste of time glyphosating, it's dying anyway after it seeds
I think I would cut off the older droopy leaves. It would look better and be less for the plant to support
No toxins, you can eat them.
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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