The Garden Community for Garden Lovers
 
damow

By Damow

Cheshire, United Kingdom Gb

Can anyone tell me what this plant is called? Self-seeds everywhere.


Asked from the GoYpedia patio ideas page

Img_1037

Answers

 

I think it is a red/orange hawkweed and if so an invasive weed. Photo of leaves would confirm.

2 Jul, 2010

 

It is indeed Orange Hawkweed.

2 Jul, 2010

 

We had this in our previous garden and it was a royal pain to remove - very pretty to look at though and butterflies and other insects love it.

3 Jul, 2010

 

Yes, I have it too. I try and keep it to a minimum. It is quite prolific at reproducing itself though, what with the runners and the seeds! I agree, quite pretty too. I like one of it's other common names, Fox and Cubs.

3 Jul, 2010

 

Grim the Collier, Hieracium aurantiacum, and another name which escapes me. As invasive as dandelions.

3 Jul, 2010

 

Pilosella is their new genus name. The botanists have been at it again and separated the rhizomatous members from the rest of Hieracium.

This is now Pilosella aurantiacum.

3 Jul, 2010

 

That is the name I was trying to remember. My brain is definitely beginning to fail!

3 Jul, 2010

 

Thanks to you all.

3 Jul, 2010

How do I say thanks?

Answer question

Related photos

  • My Ginger plant is like a weed, it appears everywhere!
    The_norfolk..
  • Pretty - invasive weeds
    Bonkersbon
  • Interesting Seedheads by the Pond
    Deida51
  • Can you guess what this is?
    Anchorman

Related blogs

 


Related questions

Not found an answer?