Toadflax

Ivy-leaved toadflax is a garden escapee weed. It is common in shady banks, walls, rocks and paths.

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Ivy-leaved toadflax has trailing stems root at the nodes. It has hairless 5 lobed leaves and attractive mauve flowers with white or yellow centre.


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Paths, Driveways, Walls and Other Non-cultivated Areas

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  • Toadflaxes are plants in the genus Linaria

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