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Feeling exo-anxiety in the jungle capital

Ian Warden
By Ian Warden
November 19 2021 - 6:30pm
Suddenly the hollyhocks are scraping the sky. Picture: Shutterstock

My garden's usually manageable hollyhocks are this spring so freakishly soaringly tall they are a danger to aviation. My normally only single-flower-headed artichokes are suddenly become herbaceous gargoyle hydras, each bristling with nine ugly flower heads.

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Ian Warden

Ian Warden is a Canberra Times columnist

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