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yes, post a pic Verdun and we can all advise you. How many different answers can you handle?
Nicely rationalised Dove
I'd let the first ones seed to feed the goldfinches. It's October and not much future for a sunflower now
Punkdoc, hello. Sorry about the black dog, I know how it takes over when it arrives, Welcome back to the world
Pick them off?
Let them enjoy it?
They'll be gone soon, no caterpillar lasts for long before it puates
It's elder, not serious but will make the crack inthe concrete bigger if you leave it.
I'd get them off before they break a stem
too late to think about root production, the tree has been putting it's energy into fruit production all summer.
I'd get those bags out of the greenhouse.
I'd agree, particularly for late flowering plants like Monarda
It will take a long time to de-husk them all for kitchen use. For planting next year let them ripen completely. dry off and store them dry and cool