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groundsel

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MALIGN ELEGANCE Rust disease is a prize leek grower's worst nightmare and here a common groundsel plant is pictured infected with the spores of the rust fungus.
saw grass (Cladium jamaicense Crantz), groundsel bush (Bacharris halimifolia L.
Woodland groundsel, seed number 5 in the GFS arrangement, is an annual plant of wastelands and poor soils, unlike the almost identical common groundsel (S.
Move groundsel and chickweed near growing chrysanthemums as they host chrysanthemum eelworm ?
IN reply to Derek Nash's query about the caterpillar in his photo (Your View, July 12), it is the caterpillar of the Cinnabar moth and feeds on yellow flowered plants like groundsel, coltsfoot and ragwort in July and August.
Hoes are readily available at any decent garden centre and make a great way to weed your garden, especially if you have mainly annuals like chickweed or groundsel.
Try to keep a wilderness area in a part of your garden, featuring nettles, knapweed, teasel, groundsel and other weeds which offer great feeding opportunities to finches.
Hoe groundsel and chickweed which continue to seed during winter.
Groundsel is covered with orange and black cinnabar moth, and cabbage white butterflies (unfortunately
Daisies, golden Alexander, groundsel, sweet rocket and common fleabane still hold in the pastures, but garlic mustard and ragwort are almost gone.
Do it thoroughly and you'll kill off weeds like groundsel and chickweed totally.