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Himalayan Balsam is an invasive wild flower plant species commonly found in the UK and Europe. Common names Policeman's Helmet, Bobby To...

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jakphoto John Kelly, Scotland
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Title Himalayan Balsam by the River
Caption Himalayan Balsam is an invasive wild flower plant species commonly found in the UK and Europe. Common names Policeman's Helmet, Bobby Tops, Copper Tops, and Gnome's Hatstand all originate from the flowers being hat-shaped. Himalayan Balsam and Kiss-me-on-the-mountain arise from the plant originating in the Himalayan mountains. The species name glandulifera comes from the Latin words glandis meaning 'gland' and ferre meaning 'to bear' in that the plant has glands that produce a sticky, sweet smelling, edible nectar.
Image dimensions 2592 x 3872 pixels
Camera NIKON D200
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