First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
And when Buddleia was designated as an invasive plant here in Oregon, I was surprised. My Buddleia was well behaved...as far as I know.
They do have a habit of appearing in odd places. Personally I like the Buddleia mostly because I like bees and butterflies. If I had one in a garden I would prefer one of the scarlet coloured ones, beautiful.
Time to clean the eavestrough.
Nice use of a forgotten job - elegant!
I drive to the supermarket and a wall there is covered in them, all over. They are very tenacious.
Their survival instincts are second to none. How huge plants can survive in virtualy no soil is a mystery to me. I am sure the insect world appreciates their efforts.
It's fun spotting plants on roof tops. Good shot.
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