First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire - Mostly Halifax . . . Getting to know the place.
Maybe it is time for a bit of Roundup"? :-)
Such the right word. Reminds me of Day of the Triffids.
There are a lot of these lurking around here in unexpected places!
Excellent caption. Flowerbeds beware!
Rune - that's terrible! We find a plant growing wild in a city and you want to . . . zap it! Poor plant.Hello Hermes. Sometimes, when I come across a plant in a surprising place, my spirits are lifted by its beauty. In this case, it is not the loveliest of 'weeds' so, maybe, the Triffid reference is appropriate and Rune was right!Hello VP - you have these plants too? It's interesting (and surprising) to find out what grows where.Ferdi Nel - Hello! Good point. There were no flowerbeds nearby but that wouldn't stop a plant of this family from spreading.Lucy
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