Thursday, 16 June 2011

Litter strewn on the Trail and Callisia repens invading the bank

Walking to check on how the hole had been fixed I took a picture of this rubbish just thrown down on to the Trail - most likely from the verge above.  In the picture you can clearly also see an invasive plant with small leaves aptly called a ' creeping inch plant' or its official name Callisia repens.  It is a declared invasive and needs to be removed.  However that is a difficult task on the steep bank here.  Source of the invasive plant is just across the road on a bank of the complex on Riverside.

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