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They are hardy. In the ground they increase slowly.
boggy soil at the edge of the pond janebal. Mine are just above to just below the water.
I think the top one might be wild cherry suckers.
That's bad luck James, there's often a lot of wind when they flower I find. One of mine has a kink but they stood up to it well this year. You might as well cut off the part above the break now.
If it has yellow flowers it might be one of the other mustard type of plant. It isn't coltsfoot which flowers before the leaves and is only just putting up the leaves.
But it still looks like Alliaria petiolata to me.
Yep, I think so
Not very much sun would be fine though it would do OK on the north side.
If you want to google it, call it Lamprocapnos spectabilis. The name changers have been around that family.
Very hardy, I don't grow mine in full sun, they're very fleshy and I don't think they'd be happy.
I couldn't get it big enough to count legs Bob
It looks mite shaped though