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I don't see how you can stop them crossing Fishy. Maybe not let yours seed, just wait for the bulbs to spread.
I grew mine from seed and they're multiplying in the most inhospitable, dry, stony place in the garden
I think you're right with 2 Hostafan. It's had a pudding basin haircut instead of a prune.
Field scabious have arrived thank you Fishy
also the asters that get mildew but I love all the others.
Sorry about the spiorrhoeas Hostafan.
spireas (any), garish, tender annuals/perennials
Wait for a second opinion kirst but that's what it looks like to me.
A suitable reward for nicking someone else's plant I think
I think that's Potentilla anserina, silverweed. The manner of growth you describe sounds right as well.
Also think it may have been renamed and now called Anserina something, maybe argentina