Name That Weed

I recently posted that I would never write an entry where I posted things that were growing in my yard and ask my readers to guess what they are.

And yet here we are...


Since the start of Spring the grass is rediscovering it's enthusiasm. What kind of grass is this?!

Since the start of Spring the grass is rediscovering it's enthusiasm. What kind of grass is this?!


The flowers on this weed look pretty, but they sure are spiky.

The flowers on this weed look pretty, but they sure are spiky.


A bee is on this one... Do bees like weeds?

A bee is on this one... Do bees like weeds?


These are growing up near the letter box.

These are growing up near the letter box.


I'm not sure if this is the same weed, but with two different colours, or two different weeds. THIS ONE COULD BE WORTH TWO POINTS!?

I'm not sure if this is the same weed, but with two different colours, or two different weeds. THIS ONE COULD BE WORTH TWO POINTS!?


This weed is gigantic, I looked out into the backyard on the weekend and it was like "Boom, what's up? I'm here to be weeded, if you think you can take me."

This weed is gigantic, I looked out into the backyard on the weekend and it was like "Boom, what's up? I'm here to be weeded, if you think you can take me."


It's down by the back fence. Here it is with context, so you can appreciate the scale.

It's down by the back fence. Here it is with context, so you can appreciate the scale.


I'm assuming this one is a weed, because I've never planted any flowers in the front yard of my house. Which is where I found this weed.

I'm assuming this one is a weed, because I've never planted any flowers in the front yard of my house. Which is where I found this weed.


Wait, these aren't weeds.

These are flowers from the Royal National Park.

Wait, these aren't weeds. These are flowers from the Royal National Park.


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