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Perhaps mine are about to turn up Fishy
I think the old socks are about attracting moths to sugar Edd. then you take a torch and a camera and see what you've got. The wine is for those doing the job
whether or not it's a weed depends who you ask Debs, I added a link to my previous post.
It's lovely but you've found its downside.
Weeding or weedkillers but I think it infiltrates which makes it difficult
But re-reading your original post I'm thinking this isn't like bindweed in that it climbs, just in the roots. Is that right?
Are they open flowers like a daisy, or tubular flowers or bell like?
Hi Debs, the link says it's currently unavailable
Then there's Black Bryony,
the leaves of that are more like bindweed but I've never noticed a smell
Can you see any replies Debs?
It won't daisy. I think that's what Mike is checking. Lots of perennials will come back for a second, late, flowering if you cut back after the first bash. A paeony won't
Sounds like Solanum dulcamara, bittersweet, woody nightshade. That's really pungent, especially when it goes through a shredder
If the bark has gone all round the tree there's nothing you can do to save it, sorry
I love to find a stray something in a seed pot OL
Sometimes it's not a weed