Are these bindweed seedlings?
These are everywhere at the moment
is this bindweed?
edited May 2019
I think that's lesser celandine. It'll vanish in a month to reappear next spring.
I agree, it's not bindweed, which has narrower leaves and very long, fleshy white roots.
I agree - and if you leave them there you'll have plenty more next year.
Pretty little flowers but very invasive and tricky to get rid of once established
Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.
Ah, thank you!