The Bermuda buttercup is an invasive plant which although initially grown as an ornamental is now classed as an invasive “weed”. It is very difficult to eradicate as it propagates through underground bulbs. The Bermuda buttercup has unfortunately taken hold in our garden and along the coastal areas where we live. On a positive note it is popular with the bees plus its luminous yellow flowers make a bright and cheerful display. It certainly grows in abundance!
Do you have a problem with the Bermuda buttercup in your garden?
Do you consider it a pretty weed or a pain in the butt?
Any ideas as to the best way to get rid of it please?
Are you taking part in the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge? this week’s theme is “Abundance” Please let me know and I will share your link.
My “Blogging Buddies” photographs for “Abundance”
Will add more later 🙂
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