Both docks and the goosefoot family are associated with cultivated ground and 'waste' areas. Untidy plants for untidy places perhaps! Not the most attractive of flowers but these plants are very important as food for various animals and insects. Indeed, some were once cultivated specifically for human consumption as vegetables.
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