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Judith Garforth Sep 22
My first . I spotted this yellow flower on the library steps so borrowed a book to look it up. I'm fairly confident it's ragwort but not certain which type. Possibly Oxford ragwort rather than common ragwort? ID help please.
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Donna Zimmer Oct 13
Beautiful fragrant orchids observed & photographed at Fackenden Down, Sevenoaks in Kent on 17th June this year, but which fragrant orchid are they please?
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🌷Jan ☃️🎄🎅🏾 Apr 21
I unexpectedly stumbled across these on my travels this week, perfect for 🌱🌺
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Steven Wright Sep 22
A visit to Ufton Fields today mission to find my first Autumn Gentian. Found about 60 (well they look right?) gone over and one with closed flowers. Also a striking mystery plant. Any pointers from very welcome.
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sperhabb #VoteLabour May 19
Mega thanks to ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ for a wonderful day yesterday looking at and learning about orchids in Kent. This dazzling Lady Orchid one of many we found
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🌱Trish ~ Into The Wild Bliss 🌸◠‿◠ Jun 22
Beauty and the Beast! I found this amazing white thistle, today. A spiny beauty, but also a beast, a metre tall with spiny tendrils. I’ve not seen a white thistle before, albino? 🌱 moors/heath in a boggy spot
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anneontheshelf Nov 17
2 Same colony of probable Musk Thistle, Carduus nutans that gave rise to talk of hybrid with Welted, C. crispus 6.10.19. Single, nodding, flattened globular fragrant flower heads, discontinuous spiny wings? Gloucs
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wildflowerhour Nov 3
It’s 🥳Excited to see what you have found for the first week of ! Please share your pics of the wild & naturalised blooms you’ve found. Please do name them if you can, if you can’t please use & a friendly botanist will come to your aid 😉
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Dan Ryan Aug 4
Found this pretty thing growing on walls at Veryan graveyard. Seems to be Geranium wilfordii, but can’t find much useful info on it. Seems to be from Japan/Korea. Is wilfordii a synonym?
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Rochelle Jun 2
Another Moorland discovery today but would like some help.... 🌿
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Sunshine On Leaf Jun 2
on a path from Glen Feshie to the western Cairngorm hills. Row 1-Lousewort, Heath Milkwort, Petty Whin, Butterwort, Tormentil Row 2-Common Dog-violet, Deergrass, Blaeberry, small-flowered Marsh-marigold, + ?? Any for the last one please?
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netherfield May 19
A pure white unknown vetch for this week. The same size as a common vetch & not creamy or veined. Could it be a white form of vicia sativa?
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David B Burbridge Oct 6
Guessing the first 2 are Daisy family, perhaps variants of Michaelmas and last looks a bit Nightshady (but strangely familiar!)
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Emily Chandler May 12
Lots of these out in Llyn peninsula this weekend some kind of squill?
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Sep 27
Wildflower Discovery Guide See which wildflowers are growing from your seedballs with the new wildflower discovery guide on our website. Please do keep sharing your pics with the hashtag.
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Rachel Scopes Jun 9
Some for from lowland heath at Moor Farm, . I think the first is Lesser Trefoil. I don't know what the second is. It's small, close to the ground and the flowers are really pretty. The third is Sheep's Sorrell - with bonus grasshopper.
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Rachel Scopes May 26
I think this might be Heath Dog Violet, Viola canina. Seen at Kirkby Moor Reserve (heathland).
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Sarah May 19
Gorgeous wee pink flowers mixed in with the field poppies I found.
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Andrea Apr 28
Just found a rambling patch of vetch ready for Now trying to key it out... Maybe Bush Vetch?
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wildflowerhour Oct 20
Hooray! It’s the best hour of the week! 🎉 Yes! It’s ! Please post your lovely pics of the wild and naturalised plants you have found blooming across Britain and Ireland this week. Mystery plant, please use & a friendly botanist will come to your aid.
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