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Depending on her age, perhaps you can train her to wee on a gravel patch. Or put her on a lead when she goes out, so she goes where you want her to.
I think the air is too dry for them. Do you spray the leaves with water?
Never seen one less like a sweet chestnut or horse chestnut. Is it a lime?
I think you are asking too much of this messageboard. Sounds like you need some serious engineering help with good retaining walls.
They sell the opened out ones in the supermarkets now. They don't miss a trick, do they!
I think they need to be planted out in the garden.
If Cast Clear is not a pesticide, what is it?
My wild flower 'bible' is the Pocket Guide to Wild Flowers, Mcclintock & Fitter, 1969 Edition!! Sort of thing you might pick up in a charity shop or car boot sale. It has line drawings and good detailed descriptions. I don't find books with photos of wild plants are very good.
If it is a communal garden, not a lot.
When you dig out the plant you can cut it right back, it will sprout again when you re-plant it. Keep it safe in a pot until then.
But by all means take cuttings as a fail safe.