I did some gardening last week when the sun was out and it was warm. (unlike today when it snowed) Of course in March and with my level of skill (which is low) all I did really was pull things up: last years weeds and dead leaves and a few more feet of the sod that had grown over the stone path. (The path goes the whole way to the front porch after all and much further down the hill than I thought.) Keith gave me a crash course in what is and isn't Digitalis, so I hope I managed to leave all of those.
I was feeling bad that everything was dead but look what I found under last year's dead weeds!!
Here's the part where I need help. See these 3 plants? They make a number of appearances in the flower bed. I need to know if they should be pulled up or tended to.
The one on the left looks familiar to me, not sure if that means it's a flower or that it's poisonous. On the bottom right we have a plant that is not Digitalis but has spread and is now a sort of ground cover all along the back half of the bed. What i need to know is if it was on purpose or not. The top right is just a bad picture :/ the leaves look kind of like roses meet shamrocks. will they turn into flowers or just be weeds? So many questions!
Also, if anyone knows anything about grapevines, we have a mess here and all I know is they should probably not be allowed to continue climbing the pine tree or encroaching further onto the yard.