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Bindweed does its damage by climbing up other plants and overcoming them. If you keep mowing that can't happen
might be lily of the valley.
That's good to know Teenrbee.
Those little irises are a bit shy flowering
Is cherry laurel Prunus lauroceracus, the evergreen with broad light green leaves?
and how big is it?
Good luck with those, I'm sure you'll have success
Must be a good plan Fairy
Euphorbia lathyris. It's biennial. Watch for the white juice that exudes when the stem is damaged, it's a skin irritant, can be nasty
How about a fruit tree? You can get apples on various rootstocks, get the size you want
Sorry Jack, they are enormous trees. 100 ft or more and wider than your garden
5m x 8m garden. Sycamores out now Jack.
They're fast. Leave it much longer and you'll need a tree surgeon rather than a saw