Common name: Asthma weed, Sticky weed
Scientific name: Parietaria judaica
Hazard associated: As the common name suggests, associated with asthma attacks.
- A member of the nettle flower, it is hairy and tends to stick to clothes or pet fur on contact.
- Commonly grows wild as a weed, particularly in disturbed areas, and in cracks in walls.
- The pollen is highly allergenic.
Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parietaria_judaica