I hesitate to suggest that another heading might be added to the long list of categories we now have on the Forums . . . so I won't. If we did however :-), I think WEEDS could be a focus of many comments especially now that more and more 'exotic' species are moving in. In the 14 years I've lived my cherished Garry Oak region (only 45 years since development here began), there has been a continual encroachment of invasive weeds such as Cytisus scoparius (Scotch Broom), Daphne laureola, Euphorbia esula, Anthriscus caucalis (Bur Chervil), Rubus armeniacus (Blackberry) plus all sorts of grasses and perennials. I'm going out tomorrow to try to take out a blackberry on a steep bluff . . . if you don't hear from me again, you'll know what happened. Seriously though, we've at least got to try to keep these thugs under control and somehow educate our neighbours that these seemingly pretty plants are not a gift of nature to make gardening easier somehow. However dangerous they may be to people, they are infinitely more dangerous to the environment. Attached: Wall lettuce. Described as growing 2 to 3 feet tall . . . in this photo, close to 5 feet.