Neighbour's 'wildlife' garden.
A few years ago I had my garden stripped out because many of the plants had been in the garden when we moved in some 25 years earlier and were very woody and well past their best. Since then we've been slowly working to create a nice garden and it is still very much a work in progress.
At the same time, my neighbour had the bottom half of his garden cleared and started using it again as a veg patch. He announced a couple of years ago that he wasn't going to use it for veg any more but was going to have a 'wildlife garden'. Wind the clock forward to now and the 'wildlife garden' consists of an area approximately 40 feet by 30 feet of brambles, dock, nettles, ivy and just about every other weed known to man. He doesn't cut any of it back so it's growing into all the gardens around him, mine included. Many of the weeds now have huge seed heads so the consequences are obvious. He has ignored all suggestions from his children to keep it under control. It's not a case that he isn't able as he is retired and plays golf at least twice a week.
I'm aware that there is actually very little I can do about it, but hopefully venting will make me feel a little better.