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Jack, re the seedling. What else have you sowed. That doesn't look like any weed in my collection.
Nicotiana sylvestris seedlings are tiny at the first true leaf stage, very tricky to prick out when you've sown them too thickly
I think the best answer is not to regard it as a problem. It won't kill a montana and you have the pleasure of the birds.
Relax and enjoy
What sort of scabious have you got? I sow my hardy ones cold in winter in a cold GH or cold frame.
I wonder if it's seedlings from one of the alliums that will flower eventually
It's one of the acers.
Most likely a sycamore
To save anyone going over the same ground again
This was posted twice and here are the answers on the other posting
Have you got a photo of the damage Mazza?
That sort of buttercup is a bit invasive around the garden Jack , it makes runners especially in heavy damp soil where it's most difficult to get out. Keep an eye on it
That's lovely Jack, worth all the work and back ache
I don't know what that seedling is
2 herb robert, Geranium robertianum
3 some other weed geranium
That's more than a couple Jack