On edge of salt marsh area of Pegwell Bay, Kent.
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wondering oif this is one of the esula group (pseudovirgata etc)with relatively narrow leaves rather than amygdaloides - we may need some more pictures of leaves and close-ups of stigma horns etc
go back and get more pics - it's always good to get proper IDs. Will more pics help - let me know apart from stigma horns, etc what is needed.
side view of plant showing leaves, close-up of leaves, - is it clump forming or spreading by underground rhizomes, fruit if it has any
...do this on my return.
interestingly spurge sap was used by the Celts as a biological weapon against the romans. they threw sap into the eyes of the romans causing burning and blindness. furthermore it can be used to treat warts if you are really desperate but it dose leave permanent scaring
Lat/Lng: 51.3206, 1.3614
OS grid ref: TR343633