I'm more ruthless each year
Difficult to stop?
my white macrorrhizum is so slow and fragile I couldn't recommend it as ground cover. Nice, but not robust. Not like the deep pink ?Bevan's variety which could fill that area in a couple of years
Geranium macrorrhizum would do well, I have it in a similar situation, comes in several shades of pink
The top pic looks like the willow but the bottom less so so undecided here. Can you do a couple of from the side images aym?
and is the stem rounded or angled?
soulboy says:Thank you both! So many plants to learn about.See original post
Thank you both! So many plants to learn about.
It never stops soulboy, there's always a new plant to learn about
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I think I can guarantee its survival
Digging it out might be hard work but worth it if you don't like it.
There are a lot of plants called something plenflora, what are you digging out?
looks like borage to me
It's hard to kill a well established forsythia but you won't get any flowers next year
Have you any photos that clearly show the shape of the berry, (both ends) and how they attach to the plant?