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Blackthorn, alder, wild cherry and assorted plummy things will all do that.
I just mow them as WO says but I have grass, it wouldn't do for a first class lawn.
I have a feeling that there is no way to prevent that, it's what they do.
I have to admit to growing loads of herbs but in the kitchen there are little glass jars of herbs from Sainsbury's
I think the maple is field maple, Acer campestre. It seems the most likely. A rare one is unlikely and it's not sycamore or Norway m
I'd divide the campanula in the autumn or spring.
and hard wood cuttings from the philadelphus. at leaf-drop
But that's just what I do, others might do differently
the JAB MP is totally naff this year, the peat free isn't so bad
Poor old John Inne, has He been exhumed, ground up and added to the bags?
I think it's telling you it's a flowering plant. Some do it more than others
Sounds more painful than dangerous. My sympathy to victim and parents.
Top one, allowing for a small spelling error, is OK
I'm not very good at bulbs
the tall one is another Campanula, probably lactiflora
The next is a double Geranium (pratense cultivar probably) and a thalictrum
The last is the thalictrum, maybe a delavayi type
I shouldn't think so bekkie.
Its common name is enchanter's nightshade but it's related to willowherbs rather than deadly nightshade etc. Not even in the same family