Woodland edge but opposite houses so may well be garden escape
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... that most of the Euphorbia amygdaloides I see. I find the species to be an "edge of garden" plant - that it is it is most commonly found growing in or just outside garden boundaries.
Galium odoratum is another plant that tends to behave like that.
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