its roots won't ever get established. It's a biennial. Germinates in year one, flowers, seeds and dies in year two
looks like hawthorn to me as well
you can cut them right back to base, in spring, to start again. Some people do that every year for the foliage.
Could do with a better look at the leaves but Malva moschata, Musk Mallow is likely
You can grow lots in there
That's VERY impressive Chris
is it in a garden or in the wild?
the bright pink one looks like another in the Mallow family. Is it in a garden or growing wild?
the one that's all leaves is ragwort
that's what I'd do except for the last paragraph,
It works, it's how most of my grass areas were created