Lots of acers
Aster tradescantii, tall, upright, no mildew and buzzing with bees
Rudbeckia fulgida var deamii
different plants become invasive in different countries, best to do your research for the country you are in.. This one is a good spreader but nothing compared to some. I put bits on the compost heap and they're fine. But as you have a huge amount you will need an even huger amount of other stuff to mix with and bury them. If you haven't got that I'd do as Obelixx suggests and get it off the site
choose a company that uses a stump grinder. Remove it completely by mechanical means, no chemicals
not from me, no
How many for the money, I can't see that anywhere
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Maybe one of the orange erysimums. Apricot Twist is the only name I can remember but there are lots similar
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You'll soon see just how much stuff you've killed. You may not have made much impression on ivy, the poisons tend to run of the leaves, but I'm sure there'll be plenty of other dead stuff to make up for that.
A Cyperus, probably Cyperus eragrostis
I should think all be fine, the perennials die back in winter anyway and annuals should have seeded now. Managed meadow areas are always cut back at some point in the year depending on what's in them
The big native comfrey? If you have 3 that will probably be plenty. But they seed big time so there'll be plenty more.