Dead Netttle (lamium galeobdolon variegatum): Your plant is a great groundcover in part to full shade, and spreads well. Use it in a garden bed or container for perky form and great color. Flower colors range from white, ink to yellow. This plant needs plenty of room and can become a nuisance in the wrong area. It is a stoloniferous spreading perennial with green and silver variegated leaves. Does best with regular water.
Spinach is best grown in trays. Any tray that is 6 inch deep can be used for growing spinach. You can get creative as well. You can use old pet bottles and can grow a spinach plant in each of them. Found on Geek Gardener
How to prune roses - includes all types of roses and everything you need to know about pruning, - "Proper pruning improves the health of your rose bush, prevents disease and encourages better flowering.
Japanese Knotweed (fallopia bohemica): Your plant is Japanese knotweed, an aggressive weed that is difficult to eradicate. You'll need to dig up every last bit of root. Then, as bits of root you miss send up new leaves, dig those out too. You can win against this plant - in the long run! Mowing or cutting back greatly reduces the strength of this perennial plant (at any season). After cutting back (or over the winter), try covering the area with cardboard, or several layers of newspaper…
Variegated Japanese Sedge: Carex morrowii 'Aurea-variegata' or Carex morrowii 'Variegata Attractive, mounding ornamental grass with stiff lustrous green and creamy white striped blades. Great low border or groundcover, or use in pots or rock gardens. Adds a wonderful effect near ponds and water gardens. Evergreen perennial.
WED: Pokeweed Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: To 10 feet tall and 2 feet wide Where it grows: Sunny landscape or garden areas Appearance: Light green leaves with clusters of white flowers and dark purple berries.