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If Mr Peanut says It's okay, then it is.
Yes, no escape from rose bay willow herb. The railways are slightly to blame though with the amount of de-forestation they do to combat leaf fall.
Also known as 'fireweed' as it was the first plant to populate bomb sites in London during world war II. It likes scorched earth and nowhere near as invasive and devastating to the british wildflower as the himalayan balsam. I love the old disused railway paths in Durham, evening primrose and wild strawberries are rife.