Don't know what the first and last ones are, but the middle one is an aquiliga (spelling?).
Have dozens of Q Edd, but hope your telling of the process/photos will answer them! Can't wait, go for it!
Hi Nick, just cut off the dead ones at the base, the little ones will then come up.
I think Bilje could be right, have a look at this
Jack, this internet page from Homebase explains how tall and how wide it will grow and advises a barrier.
Nope, only pharmacy portions available, 200 gr for £2.50! Will check pharmacy here, they may have it and as said earlier on, you don't need much, so it will have to do.
Thanks for the link, Dove, but I think postage from USA to Switzerland would cost a fortune. Will go and have a look on Amazon Germany, they might have it.
This isn't a joke, but if the paddock is fenced, could you "borrow" a goat from somewhere, they will eat up anything, from thistles to brambles!?
Thanks for the info Bob. Mine is behind the pond and has about 3 feet each side to grow into. By the time it gets too big, I probably won't be around anymore!