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Sunshine On Leaf 21h
in Little France Park 1-PurpleToadflax, Mallow, CommonVetch HedgerowCrane's-bill, BushVetch, Knapweed 2-FieldForget-me-not, Cut-leavedCrane's-bill GreenAlkanet, GSpeedwell, Clover, Elder 3-Poppy, BlackMedick, HopTrefoil, Mayweed MVetchling Fox&Cubs
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Andy Symes 20h
They seek him here, they seek him there.... that damned elusive pimpernel! Stunning blue form scarlet pimpernel in Surrey
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VenetiaJane's Garden 21h
Am I right? Left to right: Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne), Meadow brome (Bromus commutatus), Crested dog's-tail (Cynosurus cristatus), Yorkshire-fog (Holcus lanatus), Meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis) and Cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata).
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=== Geoff === Jun 16
First Chicory flower of the year. 😊 South Essex
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Patrick Giles 21h
For some gems from the Cairngorms: Starry Saxifrage, Wood Vetch, Water Avens and Common Butterwort.
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Tony Eadson 21h
Crimson Clover and Sainfoin Sidestrand Norfolk
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Nicola Cooke 21h
A selection of grasses from mid-Norfolk for - unfortunately I don't know what any of them are
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Richard 21h
Welcome to the Summer! Round Headed Rampion, the Pride of Sussex
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Mark Dowie Jun 16
Burnt Orchid (I still prefer Burnt-tip) at another site, normally the highlight of a local outing...
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jane aggleton 21h
Musk Thistles looking wonderful
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VenetiaJane's Garden Jun 16
Teeny-tiny flowers for this week: Field Forget-me-not (Myosotis arvensis), Cut-leaved Geranium (Geranium dissectum), Common Mouse-ear (Cerastium fontanum), Cleavers (Galium aparine) and Thyme-leaved Speedwell (Veronica serpyllifolia).
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Roger Robinson 21h
Two related plants seen on walks this week in North Hampshire. The first is dropwort (filipendula vulgaris), seen on downland near Sydmonton, & the second is meadowsweet (filipendula ulmaria), seen in a wet part of Ashford Hill Meadows.
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Moira O'Donnell 21h
Narrow-fruited Cornsalad, Valerianella dentata, at Langley Vale Farm.
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Alex Prendergast 21h
Cynosurus cristatus - crested dogstail looking unexpectedly colourful in the orchard this week
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David B Burbridge Jun 22
Pyramidal Orchids (hundreds) - is the white form rare? I don't think it is a hybrid as no other orchids seen - RSPB Cliffe Pools
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Rory Hodd 21h
I don't think sedges get enough love for pale sedge (Carex pallescens) was looking very fine yesterday near Ballinagleragh, Leitrim yesterday, not one I see at all often
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Lee Schofield Jun 16
Five years ago, before bought them, these fields at were green deserts, overgrazed and fertilised with minimal wildlife value. Today they are incredible - visibly and audibly buzzing with life.
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Alexandra Pearce-Broomhead Jun 16
It’s poppy season! Did you know poppy seeds can remain fertile in the soil for 8 years? Each plant can produce up to 60,000 seeds...let’s let poppies grow wild, because that amount of flowers would certainly be a sight to behold!
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Moira O'Donnell 21h
Gorgeous Opium Poppies, Papaver somniferum, at Langley Vale Farm. They were proving very popular with the pollinators.
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Oakley Goodfellow Jun 16
We were off-piste & came across this extraordinary colony of Bath asparagus; never seen its like before. Many plants had bees in attendance. Also wild liquorice with deadly nightshade close by, neither particularly common.
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