On trail side.
riverbank at a popular spot for garden waste dumping.
In area di risorgenza diffusa
In area con sorgente diffusa.
Big spreading (vegetatively only) patch by the banks of Avon River. Frequently mown so doesn't get much of a chance to flower, not that it would make much of a difference other than allowing me to photograph it.
The plants commonly referred to as Butterbur are found in the daisy family Asteraceae in the genus Petasites. They are mostly quite robust plants with thick, creeping underground rhizomes and large Rhubarb-like leaves during the growing season. Another common name for many species of this genus is Sweet Coltsfoot.