Marigold invasion

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  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 12,199
    Lyn said:
    I’ve tried to get rid of some of it in the borders

    Hey, I'm planting it, at least in some of the damp woody bits. And we put it in beds in our previous place (heavy clay) and it was fine - it does its thing and then dies down. Looking for 'Brazen Hussy' at the moment.
    😀. Look no further then 😀
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 
    Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose. 
  • DampGardenManDampGardenMan Posts: 895
    She'd be annoyed if I snuck in and dug it up :smile:
  • B3B3 Posts: 7,954
    edited 16 March
    Looking for 'Brazen Hussy' at the moment.
    @DampGardenMan Are you sure you're in the right forum?
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • PicidaePicidae RutlandPosts: 450
    I too am actively trying to encourage celandine. It’s an isolated bank containing primroses, cow parsley, periwinkle, blackthorn, pyracanthus and a couple of dog roses.

    I dig out the cuckoo pint and dandelions and try to remove the goose grass before it invades.
  • DampGardenManDampGardenMan Posts: 895
    B3 said:
    Looking for 'Brazen Hussy' at the moment.
    @DampGardenMan Are you sure you're in the right forum?
    Who knows <looks innocent>
  • DampGardenManDampGardenMan Posts: 895
    Picidae said:
    I dig out the cuckoo pint
    I quite like cuckoo pint! We had the spotted and non-spotted form in our previous garden. And I have some Arum italicum yet to plant.

    I'm trying to get primroses, cyclamens and wood anemones going on a tree-shaded bank. I have the white wood anemone, but am going to get some of the yellow A. lipsiensis too.
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 12,199

    I have Lamium galeobdolon in the damp shade.  Nice for bees.
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 
    Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose. 
  • DampGardenManDampGardenMan Posts: 895
    Yes, I must get some of that. Ah, so many plants to get!
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