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I should think that's been cut back before Jack.
You can cut them off and drill holes in the stump and put RootOut in to kill the stump. If RootOut no longer exists there'll be something available for stump killing. If you can afford it you can get the stump-grinders in
Can you put a plank down to avoid walking on it? It's far too soon to expect something that looks like a lawn
Not something I'm good at either artjak or I would have volunteered before now
It looks like a willowherb to me.
It's a cultivar of Geum coccineum. It won't come from seed. You could get one plant and collect the seed and you might get something very similar.
Mine are a bit serrated but not as much as that. Not really sure mine isburkwoodii, I bought it cheap with no label
I'll do some research if no-one does a definite ID
Full time job Heather
I'm not sure about those serrated leaves Andrew. i'll have to have a look at mine.
I have those as well Heather.
and field maple
and some acer thing that we downed last month.
But never birch, though we have birches that seem to scatter seed
Bulbs look good under a tree. spring things are good, in nature most of the woodland plants flower in spring. But I grow loads of things under trees that are said to need full sun. They do fine. Perhaps not show standard but nice to look at