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this is how they start then they go black!




Looks like either an Allium or perhaps an Agapanthus. In either case look at the question asked on Allium a couple of days ago to see what to do.

24 Feb, 2010


Yes, that'san ivy seedhead. Black is it's natural ripe colour. A very important food source for the wildlife.;

24 Feb, 2010


Never thunked of that. Yes could be unripe Ivy berries. Should have recognised it, we have gillions of them and every one produces a seed which germinates and grows.

24 Feb, 2010


Yes, they can be rather rampant!! In the summer the 'hedges' of them just buzz with insects, which is rather nice.

24 Feb, 2010

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