Giant Hogweed - Some photos

Some pictures of the Giant Hogweed.
Came across this giant plant on an evening walk.
Orginally imported as a garden plant
http://y2u.co.uk/&002_Images/Hogweed 01.htm
Comments welcome.
Icarus
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Icarus wrote:

That looks like Queen Anne's lace on steroids. :)
Try this to get rid of it:
http://www.txroadrunners.com/images/pics/txhillcountry2003p1/sun083103/livefire7.jpg
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Hi Rick
A quick fire solution !
Peace
Icarus
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Apologies for the web page address
It should be
http://y2u.co.uk/&002_Images/Hogweed%2001.htm
Fingers crossed
Peace
Icarus
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Here in Colorado we call it Cow parsnip. It grows wild up in the foothills, usually near a stream. They even have one of them growing in Denver Botanic Gardens as an ornamental. sed5555
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