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Think the woody stems are a different plant (rose?) I can see thorns at the bottom of the pic. Not sure what to make of the dried seed pods. Thanks Edd, I hadn't noticed those. I wondered where a wallflower kept it's thorns.
Think the woody stems are a different plant (rose?) I can see thorns at the bottom of the pic. Not sure what to make of the dried seed pods.
Thanks Edd, I hadn't noticed those. I wondered where a wallflower kept it's thorns.
I don't think they're ever stable again once the roots start moving and cracking the soil are they
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If this is a real 'on its own roots' Sorbus aria you can cut it right back to base (coppice it) and it will regrow. If it's a fancy grafted one you can still cut it back but you'll have whatever it's grafted onto regrowing rather than the fancy cultivar
It will be a hybrid or a cultivar. Anything called Queeny isn't a species so will not seed true. However, it may be close or you may get something else interesting
Its days as a tree are over. You may be able to create a bush by cutting it right back and replanting, if it's not too late
One of the acasias ,not trees I know well. Someone will
I have far too much of this one. I don't know if anything eats it, if they do they don't make much impression on it
Looks like wild avens, Geum urbanum. seeds like mad and the seeds stick to animals,clothes and anything else they can hook onto,
If you've collected enough Jordan you could try different germination methods. I'd put them in pots. Some you could just put outside to get whatever they get by way of weather. Some you could warm up and put some in the fridge to chill first. You could move them very easily in pots. Or just keep them dry til you're ready to start