This paper contains acquisitions to the Netherlands adventitious flora from the year 1960. 1. Trifolium alexandrinum L., a species originally known only cultivated from the eastern part of North Africa, was found as an alien in an onion field at Poortvliet, near a wool factory at Tilburg, and along a roadside between Made and Geertruidenberg. Specimens formerly mentioned from the Netherlands under this name, appeared to belong to T. echinatum Bieb. 2. Senecio squalidus L., a species of mediterranean origin, naturalized in the British Isles since 1794, and also in recent years in France, Belgium and Sweden, was found in the Netherlands near the town of Middelburg in a storage yard for scrap-iron. 3. A number of plants escaped from cultivation, found in 1959 and 1960.