Thorn-apple (Datura stramonium) turned up in Yarmouth on some waste ground near the River Yare, a typical habitat for this opportunist which likes nitrogen-rich soils.
American Pokeweed (Phytolacca acinosa) was found during a Norfolk Flora Group outing to Urban Thetford.
Fine-Leaved Fumitory (Fumaria parviflora) was found during a Norfolk Flora Group outing to Urban Feltwell and Methwold on the outskirts of Norfolk.
We are all used to seeing the white trumpets of Calystegia sepium, the native Hedge Bindweed, and also the rather showier Large Bindweed Calystegia sylvatica, which came here from southwestern Europe, but this very pretty pink and wh
Three separate specimens of this very distinctive plant, known as Raspwort or Shrubby Haloregis ‘Wellington Bronze, were found growing in an alley between houses, in King’s Lynn, in TF6420.
Two neophytes of garden origin turned up recently in King's Lynn, both some distance from any garden, so had obviously established themselves in the wild.