Friday, 26 October 2012

BUDDLEIA ON A ROOF

SILHOUETTE OF BUDDLEIA ON A ROOFTOP

8 comments:

Christine H. said...

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.

Manu Tyagi said...

good one

Paul B said...

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.

Andy said...

Time to clean the eavestrough.

RuneE said...

Nice use of a forgotten job - elegant!

Toffeeapple said...

I drive to the supermarket and a wall there is covered in them, all over. They are very tenacious.

easygardener said...

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.

Carver said...

It's fun spotting plants on roof tops. Good shot.