Jane McWeeny's picture


Observed: 22nd May 2012 By: Jane McWeenyJane McWeeny’s reputation in Plants

This plant arrived in my garden about 5 years ago, possibly during flooding by the river Ouse. It has spread rapidly by stems creeping along the clay-soil surface, particularly in shadier areas
It reaches about 60cm in height. The flowers from ?July through autumn, are pale pink, similar form to plantain, and much visited by bees and other flying insects (which is why I have not uprooted it).

Species interactions

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Species with which Polygonum interacts


Tony Rebelo's picture

Please replace the tag

Please replace the tag "invading creeping plant" with the tags "Alien, invasive" - the former is not our community tag. Note the capitalization: it matters.

For the community collection please see http://www.ispotnature.org/taxonomy/term/1330