If you think they were ripe when you ate the apple (often not) and good and plump and viable. sow them in a pot of good draining compost and wait.
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Just a trick of my eyes making it look smaller
How big is it? It's hard to judge scale but looks a bit small for macrorrhizum. I wonder about xcantabrigiense which is a cross between macrorrhizum and dalmaticum.
But if it's more than 8'' tall it's macrorrhizum
you can't save the ones that are brown all over,conifers don't recover from that.
If you can afford it get someone to take it down and take it away.
I've filed this for a read later
I don't think I'll ever be finished.
yes,and bittercress Fairy, and more nettles than the butterflies could possibly need, ditto Jack by the hedge.
I'm pulling it as fast as I can Ladybird.
I've decided not to grow goose grass any more
but it doesn't seen to be working
Think twice before you spray off the weeds. It never does a complete job, looks awful, has an adverse effect on the environment and may kill off good plants.
A mower does a great job