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Thank you for the information - the dandelion digger I use is quite long and am able to gently pull it little by little like a string - I just...
Thanks Debby. It's a spring chore of mine to dig at with a dandelion digger and follow the root as far as I can - it's crawling over to my yard...
Does anyone know what this invasive plant is? I thought it was Queen Anne's lace as it gets the same blooms or quite similar. It grows about 3 or...
Thank you, I think I'll try to let it seed. I believe I tried to grow these from packet seeds several years ago and nothing came of it, so this is...
Thank you. Funny it's growing next to the purple ornamental onion that I have.
Does anyone know what this flower is?
Thank you. It's a beautiful little flower. Love the colour. Will it seed if I let it go to seed?
Found this in my garden and have no idea what it is.
Does anyone know what this bush is?
Thank you for the info Millet.
Thank you. Will this effect their blooms in anyway? If I dig them up and pot them, what happens if we get frost?
I understand the best time is in September, but can it be done in the spring?
#1 I believe to be Antirrhinum/Snap Dragon, and #2 looks to be Monarda/Bee balm. #3 possibly a Rubeckia
Third photo is Stachys byzantina/Lamb's ear.
I believe it is Bergenia. Blooms early.
Wow, that looks awesome. If only I had a wall like that. Maybe in the future.
If you don't cut the stalk down in the fall, the woody stalk will still be there in the spring. I've also used this method as a marker, but also...
I think the same every spring as well, so now I leave a marker of sort as they come out quite late in the spring compared to my other perennials.
Possibly Balloon flower/Platycodon. But as mentioned best if there is a photo when it is in bloom.