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NOT JUST WEEDS extra

Round Hill residents have been identifying plants growing on pavements and alongside walls to confer positive value on them. Many are beneficial to wildlife (e.g. bees and other insects).

Click here for background to similar projects in other cities. This study is of plants growing of their own accord (!) in ....

Princes Road

Click on thumbnails to open Jane Power's pictures on Round Hill Community Noticeboard Facebook site
(open to RH residents only)

Click on the text links for Wikipedia information

lesser bindweed   px31.JPG

nipplewort            px32.JPG

fountain grass     px33.JPG [perhaps?]

verbascum          px34.JPG

hollyhock            px35.JPG

                          

fennel                px37.JPG

Princes Road

Click on thumbnails to open Rachael Woodgate's pictures on Round Hill Community Noticeboard Facebook site
(open to RH residents only)

Click on the text links for Wikipedia information

Mexican fleabane    px41.JPG

campanula              px42.JPG

purple toadflax       px43.JPG

yellow fumitory      px44.JPG

campanula            px45.JPG

hollyhock              px46.JPG

verbascum           px47.JPG

valerian               px48.JPG

green alkanet      px49.JPG  and fennel

ivy leaved toadflax        px50.JPG

valerian & herb Robert  px51.JPG 

fennel                         px52.JPG

campunula                 px53.JPG

purple toadflax        px54.JPG

verbascum           px55.JPG

valerian               px56.JPG

 

dandelion           px58.JPG

forget-me-not    px59.JPG

three cornered garlic | old man's beard      px60.JPG

Click here for Not Just Weed studies in Round Hill Crescent and D'Aubigny Road

This page was last updated by Ted on 01-Jul-2020
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