Barnmead's picture

Problem plants

I recently added a picture of Skunk Cabbage that I had seen in Norfolk and it was suggested that I should add my sighting to the Recording Invasive Species Counts https://secure.fera.defra.gov.uk/nonnativespecies/index.cfm?sectionid=81 which I duly did.

Then, ironically, I found one growing at the edge of our own pond, given by a well-meaning friend. The pond drains into a ditch which leads down to a small stream. Should I now dig it out and hope when our friend next visits, he doesn't notice!

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Kluut's picture

The fruiting spike is very

The fruiting spike is very obvious - just remove that when the flowers have gone over.
A really nice plant - when it is the correct place.

Barnmead's picture

Thanks - will do!

Thanks - will do!

Penny