There are fungi everywhere, especially where there's dead wood. Most beneficial or harmless, very few harmful. That one looks very harmless.
All part of the big and wonderful world of nature
I misunderstood the question Liz, I thought you were asking about leaving bulbs in place through the seasons.
What is it you're planting? Snowdrops can be left until they need splitting up
I've just bought a couple of pairs of these
and they seem pretty good, not tested to extremes yet but they haven't got that thin bit on the back that some have
one of the best times of the year
Mine are poor specimens by comparison, if they reach 3ft it's a good year.
I was give some euphorbia seeds (not this one) on a garden visit, they were exploding in my pocket all the way home.
A good decision I hate killing things for appearance's sake
No, not that one as far as I know.
or let them be, it's nearly all over now, as Ladybird says, the hawthorn will survive. It's all part of nature
don't judge by the word weed. If you like the look of them, they're not weeds. There are plenty of garden euphorbias grown in spite of the sap. Very attractive plants, just be a bit careful when handling them (like I'm not )