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Wild flower 7 months 6 days ago #3947943

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A Great Willowherb that planted itself in the garden...

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Lovely photograph. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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Wild flower 7 months 3 days ago #3948582

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Superb photo ... thank you for sharing such a lovely flower ... leaves are interesting too.

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mart wrote: A Great Willowherb that planted itself in the garden...


Thank you for shairing a photo with us. The birds will have seeded that great willowherb. Here it is known as a weed. A weed is only a plant growing where someone doesn't want it to grow, so enjoy it if you wish to. smile.png

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Thanks Aida, spiritof spain and Keeper - Just lucky with the light I think. We have a canal near us and I expect that's where the weed seed came from. Perhaps carried on the wind or by a bird. A nice flower but I know it's an invasive plant along the canal banks. Even so, I let it grow in the garden last year. I haven't let it grow this year just in case it gets too much of a foothold.

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