Posted by ursulakatariina (Turku, Finland) on 9 May 2012 in Plant & Nature.
I guess someone knows what that plant is called...
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It looks like some form of horsetail, an ancient plant genus that went back to Paleozoic times
9 May 2012 8:02am
@CElliottUK: Thank you. I knew you would tell the name for it! :) And now that I have the English name I could easily find the forgotten Finnish name too!
And a small insect paves its way to somewhere.
9 May 2012 9:36am
@Jypyä Pop: Yeah, that ladybird was running somewhere in a great hurry. :)
my hens would have that away in no time!
9 May 2012 10:30am
@Sally: Do they eat everything they see? :D
Good-looking place, nice picture!:))Haleja.
9 May 2012 1:27pm
@Oiva: Thank you!
well, they don't really eat many weeds. they've got an enclosure right in the middle of the garden and all the things i don't want them to touch is round the outside. there's logs and a huge parasol plus the coop and a covered run. a bit like a children's playpark really! i'm getting them a little sandpit next - apparently they love sand and it's good for the feathers.
9 May 2012 3:56pm
@Sally: Sounds like you hens have a great place to live!
Looks like an animal.
9 May 2012 6:18pm
@The Mouse: I'm happy it's not an animal.
what an unusual plant nice shot
9 May 2012 9:06pm
@Philnz: Thank you!
It helps me to understand the architecture of Italy, well certainly Pisa.
10 May 2012 7:32am
@Curly: It really does look a little like that famous tower...
Chris is right, it is very difficult to get rid of it if it is in the wrong place.....I guess that is why it is still around after all these years
17 May 2012 9:40am
@Christine: Mr Elliott is usually right - I can only wonder how he can know so much!
The plant is quite pretty, but I guess people don't like to have it in their gardens. :)
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