|Wild Oat Grass|
Here shown are the seed heads, still green, still possible to stop the seed release in its tracks, I hope.
This is September, Spring in these climes.
The oat grass is doing its northern hemisphere thing, its Autumnal seed production. This is one way to tell an exotic un-acclimatised plant, that it lives a back-to-front life.
Despite my recent discovery that hand weeding severely disrupts the lives of the fungi living in the ground, I did get great satisfaction of pulling out as many of the tussocks of oats as my eye lit on.
And still I am finding them. This job isn't done yet.