Senecio squalidus

A new species that arose from a hybrid between two alien species growing at Oxford Botanic Gardens before 1794 and now common around a few towns and industrial areas nationally, especially the Tees Valley. It forms a bushy perennial that always seems to be more or less in flower. In the dunes and waste/industrial areas.

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