Posted: 18/05/2017 at 11:36
Hello all you clever folks
Can anybody ID this plant which is growing through the leaves of hyacinth bulbs in my woodland border please?
There are currently 2 stems growing at 180 degrees to each other (only one in photo). Each stem is approx 14" long at the moment and the central rib has some dark reddish / brown colouration at the base and is a bit hairy. Each individual leaf is approx 4" long and 6"wide at the widest point.
I've also seen it growing along local footpaths.
If it is of ornamental or wildlife use (or won't become a nuisance) it can stay. If it needs to go I can dig it out now the ground has been softened by heavy rain.