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The leaves look similar to my lantanas but I haven't planted any in these areas. I tried to propagate roses using the potato method, could these be potato leaves? Also, some are growing
in areas that I did not plant the roses. I did plant allium molly, ranuncules, crocosmia George Davidson, hemerocallis Frans Hals (daylilies), anemone blanda mix, anemone hybrida pamina, ranunculus asiaticus, freesia, iris hollandica autumn princess, solidago virgaurea goldenrod, anemone coronaria De Caen, liatris spicata, gladioli nanus, sparaxis hybrida tricolour. I don't think that it is any of these. Do you know?
I have this area beside my deck and behind my garage that I need advice on what to do. The area to the left is my neighbors yard(stones are about the divide line) This is a light traffice
section of our house, the traffice can be reirected by using the deck(on the right/behind the wood fence) I usually throw down mulch(every year) and it is always gone by the next spring. We have major maple tress that throw down the red things and helicopters not to mention the leaves, this is why the mulch never stays. The area behind the garage faces my neighbors back yard and I wouuld love to have it not be an eye sore for them. The dirt is very hard and the maple trees have roots that love to come to the top of the soil. HELP! What do you think would be a great fix for this area.