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I've never used it, so can't comment on it's use but I've seen it on the shelves in the GC.
I live with a lovely area of grass and other plants which flower whenever they get the chance
Yes, I'm sure they will do better without the competition
I think it's groundsel
It's certainly not a strawberry.
Those strawbs look tiny. Are they this year's runners?
Don't you like daisies?
I wouldn't do that Mr Mustard. As well as the nails in tiles problem you'll have the bits of plant insinuating themselves between the tiles.
It sounds well planned and should go fine. Any you can't get into their final postions before spring would probably be best left til the next autumn
Love it when this just turn up Buttercup.
I'd wait and see now, leaves being eaten doesn't neccessarily mean death, most plants will grow some new ones. Don't let it dry out but don't over water. The plant won't be using water with no leaves. Don't feed, same reason. Just let it rest and see if it recovers
eryngiums do well and species tulips, some alliums, A christophii self seeds in very poor dry soil here
If I wanted a really neat hedge I wouldn't introduce anything to it
But I have a straggle of this and that round various parts of my garden and ivy, honeysuckle, bryonies and all manner of things run through it.