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Dave Pearson

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Hi,

Can anyone help me with this small plant growing on top of a low wall in Hampshire?

The leaves are confusing me. I don't really want to drive back there in a few weeks time when it is in flower if it is something ordinary!

Many thanks,

Dave.
 

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Butty

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Seems to be a composite with a daisy-type flowerhead. I don't recognise it though.
Possibly just ox-eye daisy?? - though an odd time and place for it.
 
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James Lowther

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Hi,

Can anyone help me with this small plant growing on top of a low wall in Hampshire?

The leaves are confusing me. I don't really want to drive back there in a few weeks time when it is in flower if it is something ordinary!

Many thanks,

Dave.
maybe Mexican Fleabane, a common wall "weed"
cheers,
James
 

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