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Plonker is OK andy, we're all plonkers at times
I think it's Parthenocissus quinquefolia, it's big but I think if you cut it down and hack at the roots you'll be able to get it out. You can get stuff to drill and inject into the stump
I've never really got them established here. In my mother's garden they were rampant, very hard, dry, gravelly soil but in the shade.
Panda, I think Bill's plant is some sort of orchid. Haven't a clue what though
Might be osteospermum.
I wouldn't even go to a show Mike.
I can think of a few things that could do the height but none of them look the first pic at any stage of their life.
are you sure the 2 go together andy?
A summer pic would certainly help. Pic one doesn't look like anything that could achieve that sort of growth.
Sorry andy, I don't know any plants that start off looking like picture one and end up like picture 2.