Share your plant observations growing in unlikely urban locales

I love seeing plants growing on the sides of walls, in very high-traffic areas, on top of piles of rubble, and the ones that seem to spring up overnight, flower, and set seed in just a day or two, highlighting the resilience of these little creatures.

For example I loved this photo of shepherd's purse, aka Hirtentäschel (Capsella bursa-pastoris) by @alexis_orion sprouting amongst the otherwise relatively desolate ecological landscape of sidewalk pavers in Berlin:


https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/44108152

Anotado por bouteloua bouteloua, 29 de abril de 2020 a las 03:46 PM

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I happened to find one (I think!) today while walking the dog. This is one of those plants I have surely walked past a thousand times, never giving it a second thought. I like the common name too!

Anotado por d_coulter hace más de un año (Advertencia)

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