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Oh, that does sound different. Maybe a slime mold?
By now you may have mushrooms popping out I think.
Identification: - Indoor / Houseplants Fungus?
Maybe Prunella vulgaris.
Looks like weedy nettles to me. It's all around the edges of the Garden.
Amaranthaceae No more Chenopodiaceae.
Trachelospermum, star jasmine--maybe T. jasminoides. It has a very nice fragrance.
Some of the older leaves look a little tattered, but overall not too bad. They are ready to be transplanted to bigger pots. Tomatoes grow fast and...
They can be quite weedy in this region.
Looks like Ranunculus.
You can probably tell them apart by smell even at this early age.
Is it buttercup? Ranunculus repens.
First one looks like a grass to me. The second one looks like Impatiens.
Oh, the link does mention smothering it. If you want to avoid chemical methods, maybe you could try that.
I don't know of any means to eradicate it other than herbicide or digging. It is actually easy to pull out, but spreads so fast that it is often a...
Nice. Does it have the same beautiful fragrance as the species?
I think if you have a good warm protected spot, you might have luck. I generally refer to the West Coast Seed Co. charts Regional Planting Charts...
I think it's too early. They are easy to seed directly and often those plants to better than transplanted ones, but they like warm weather and...
Wendy, yes the 10 stamens are the reason It would not be an azalea. It's not a good definition though as some azaleas do have 10 stamens. You have...
All azaleas are in the Rhododendron genus. I have been curious as to what makes an azalea as well. It seems a bit vague and complicated for the...
I'm thinking a plane tree, Platanus. Looks like Platanus × hispanica that has been pollarded.