Rampant Cow Parsley

The bridleway stretches for almost one mile, fringed on both sides, at this time, by rampant cow parsley throughout its entire length.  I am not a great lover of cow parsley, but I am attracted by the ‘architecture’ of the growth beneath the canopy of white florets




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2 responses to “Rampant Cow Parsley

  1. And at least it’s something blooming! There’s another carrot family flower here that’s in bloom now and can be quite nice – Heracleum lanatum, called Cow parsnip around here. It’s less feathery, with more “architecture” so I bet you would like it. 🙂

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