Rapeseed flowers, Paradise Fields by Greenford Road

In recent years these flowers have begun to appear in gardens and in other places around the area. I can only guess that the seeds have been distributed by birds as Greenford is now miles from any agricultural land. Brassica napus is used to make biodiesel, cooking oil and animal feed.

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