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Mexican Sunflowers and Yellow Bells: sunny aliens


Yellow Bells (Tecoma stans)

Mexican Sunflowers (Tithonia diversifolia)

May is clearly the best month for yellow alien invasive species in the Kingdom of the Zulu.  This  year seems to be showing a massive leap in populations.

Mexican sunflowers are scraggly shrub growing up to 3.5 M high.  Yellow bells is an evergreen shrub or small tree.  Very ornamental

Read this conjunction with my post of 13th May if you are not sure why alien invader species are a problem  I also offer some indigenous (native) alternatives


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