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Himalayan balsam

By dven    
Himalayan balsam was introduced as a garden plant in 1839, but soon escaped and became widely naturalised along riverbanks and ditches, especially close to towns. It is fast-growing and spreads quickly, invading wet habitat at the expense of other, native flowers. Its explosive seed pods aid its spread by sending the seeds into the river, causing further dispersal downstream.

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Tags: Flowers and plants Himalayan Balsam

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taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
29 Aug 2021 12:27AM
Yes, most invasive--We call what we have "Jewel Weed!" a very beautiful image of this flower!
RonDM Plus
6 225 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2021 9:01AM
Great picture well taken

Ron
29 Aug 2021 9:08AM
An excellent image of this invasive flower, David.

RichardSmile
29 Aug 2021 1:23PM
Beautifully captured David...Lin

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