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    Panarus biarmicus Moderator (Sports) SmartWombat's Avatar
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    Seat with a view

    I suppose a picture of fly-tipping in the countryside isn't the nicest subject...
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    Re: Seat with a view

    Knowing what cow-tipping is here in the States, the picture I got of fly-tipping was amusing. Had to look it up.

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    Re: Seat with a view

    It makes an interesting picture. Been there long enough for the weeds (is that horehound? We used to have that all over the place around here when I was little, but we don't have it as much anymore for some reason) to grow, but not long enough to look aged by the weather. It makes it out of place and interesting.

    LOL, around here, you put that sucker out in the alley, and somebody'll come and take it off your hands.

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    Re: Seat with a view

    The tall plants with white flowers are jack-by-the-hedge, otherwise known as garlic mustard or hedge garlic. Strange because it's part of the wild cabbage family.

    Lower growing plants with serrated leaves are common stinging nettle.
    Except the ones with white flowers, that's white deadnettle (no sting).

    Also the thin roseatte leaves of goose grass, covered in tiny hooks as are the seeds.
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    Re: Seat with a view

    I like it

    reminds me of one of the trails I ride , the instructions are "turn Right at the Lay-Z-Boy"

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    Re: Seat with a view

    ooh, thanks for identifying the garlic mustard. I have some of that in my yard. I've heard that it's a growing pest weed problem around here, but didn't know what garlic mustard looked like. Now I know I have to get it out of my yard.
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