Alexanders is a common rather invasive, edible, flowering plant of a green-yellow colour, which is known for its rapid growth. The Mediterranean origins of Alexanders means it struggles during long hard winters, however it is currently thriving not only close to the coast, but inland too.
At present the plant is appearing in ever-increasing quantities. It is very aggressive and can shade out smaller vegetation. As Alexanders is Mediterranean in origin it has been found to be affected by long hard winters. Many of the plants may also be weakened by a fungus seen as orange spots on the leaves.
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