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Spotted this today.  Smile

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Hi Steve
Very handy the ladder on the back of the boat as it would make a tree house option later on much easier. Smile
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One heck of a power plant  Blush  Tinhat LOL but I think they may be barking up the wrong tree, there's knot enough knots in it Evil Grin  LOL.

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Very green no fuel used this season then?

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The boat in the picture has an Enfield outdrive and it's that which is supporting the luxuriant growth. There are three different plants in among that lot!

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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Nice looking plants growing En-the-field.

Can anyone identify them?

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The plant with the serrated leaves looks rather like cannabis  Scared

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Probably grown there to help it get 'high-up' on the plane, Pally  Playful Wink

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Not quite an ancient mariner ...... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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I can see three species in the "engine"

The flowers are trifid bur-marigold
The pale leaves are gipsywort
The long leaf at the base is hartstongue fern

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Blimey Craig, a botanist as well!! Smile

I'm happy to report that the growth has now been removed.

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