We don't have poison ivy in the uk so most of us are not familiar with it but looking at images on line it doesn't look like it to me. It looks like a Parthenocissus, there many. Common names are just for confusion.
Virginia Creeper is applied to anything that climbs up a wall and turns red in autumn, how useful can that be.
you can cut ivy back as much as you like and it will regrow,
like pp, I never notice what category people have posted in. It all appears on the same screen and very often I can't decide which category to post in as nothing seems to fit exactly.
a question is a question, it doesn't need more than that
yes, I've seen that pant before. Is this your plant emma? or something you think looks similar
Cerinthe, couldn't say which species but C. major purpurescens most common
I would use the top as cuttings before it falls over
SS is right re Hedge Woundwort.
especially as I posted a photo of this with Tulipa sprengeri somewhere. Here?
to upload a photo, make it smaller, the site can't cope with normal size pics but doesn't tell you when you try.
start with the camera icon over the typing box
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slugs and hedgehogs are all part of nature's diversity. I think it's a mistake to pick one species to save above all others. The biggest threat to all of it is humans with the destruction of habitats and applications of chemicals to upset the balance.
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It just sort of crept up on me, I can't remember the beginning. I only dug holes as a child in my parents' garden