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You can thin them out but transplanting when they're getting quite big is tricky. They wilt. Worth a try though if you're thinning anyway.
It looks pretty healthy Victoria. I don't know them well, I let my first ones die and now all I have is 3 babies
That could be it Sal, they wouldn't become lawn weeds, though they are quite competitive in their way
The second pic looks like all one plant. The bsal leaves of many plants are different to the ones coming off the stem
I can't cope with auto correct and that predictive thing
I think it is a legume though.
I wondered about Galega officinalis 'Alba' but I'm slightly put off that as you say it doesn't seed. Mine seeds lots
but 2 foot is a bit small
Yes, but let it seed if you want to get some more
Give it time chrissie, it takes ages
Not michaelmas daisies no, but there are some nice asters that don't suffer.
Aster x frikartii 'Monch' is a popular one but not the only one.