...what's this then?
We have no idea!
I don't know either, at first I thought it might be a variety of Cocklebur but it isn't so now I'm stumped. Whatever it is I hope your camel doesn't get one under his saddle.
Larry a.k.a wizard509
Due to current economic conditions the light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off
cross between a triffid and a thistle Rik - watch out for the signs [you know: 'plant crossing' ]
A nice shot of a Teazle (also spelt Teasel), the seeds of which are loved by birds such as Gold Finches.
Both really. They are common enough alongside the motorways and are often used in dried flower arrangements which can last for years.