Rabbits or a mower fidget. When I first grew these I thought I'd got the wrong plant.
I think they're like daisies, when it's flowering time they flower, in between mowings. I've planted one so it will seed into the lawn
Some are daft enough to eat anything. Wasn't there something similar with DDT?
pulled more stinging nettles and goosegrass. Hacked a large pendulous sedge and piled all the other stuff on top in the hope that I won't have to dig it out. It's in a particularly rubbleful (is that a word?) patch.
Molly the Witch is more or less over but some nice tree paeonies to keep me cheerful in my torment
Nice to see all the usual prejudice, spitting and blustering being exercised again. We must be talking about a TV programme and its presenters
Nothing else quite so important is there
I'm glad I don't watch TV
I looks pretty lightweight. Might be E.dulcis 'Chameleon' or a seedling thereof. Photo a bit small to be sure
No genius, just old and seen a lot of weeds
I knew it was no part of montbretia and the description was very clear
Hi Nerene, this stuff seeds a lot and clings on when you try to remove it but is nothing compared to mare's tail
Are you sure they're montbretia and haven't had a pendulous sedge or similar seeded into them?
I have a friendly relationship with the wildflowers in my lawn and yes, I hug trees