Tutsan - St John's Wort
It took me a while to identify it, but over the past year some Tutsan has appeared in my garden, and initially I liked the red stems and colour changing berries (yellow to black) so left it be. It's fairly localised and certainly not making a bid to take over (yet!)
However it is growing by my rhubarb / apple trees and I'm now wondering if it's a very bad idea to have something edible and something discribed by wikipedia as toxic so close together! There are no pets or children to worry about, just the soil.
Should I be taking it out? I see it is classed as invasive in some countries, but not the UK (I'm based in York) so potentially that is a reason to let something else have a chance in the garden instead.
Thanks for your advice!