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Martin Sep 15
Water-plantain which has grown from seed buried in the mud in April 1966 (when the old Beck was re-routed) and uncovered last year when we created a series of ponds at Six Fields, Hartburn.
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Jonathan Hughes Sep 15
Field gentians, with their Bishop mitre shapes, still flowering in the September sun on the cliff tops of the Stackpole Estate
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Rebecca Wheeler Sep 15
The striking flowers of Scarlet Pimpernel, Anagallis arvensis are only open for a short time each day (8am-3pm) & are always shut during dull or wet weather. Because of this for centuries the plant has been regarded as a combined weatherglass & clock
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Richard Sep 15
Delighted to find this Night Flowering Catchfly after many goose chases and worn out boots!
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Harry Frasier Ⓥ Sep 16
Don't be beastly to moles! They are GOOD for your garden.
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VenetiaJane's Garden Sep 15
“Nature has a great simplicity and therefore a great beauty.” - Richard Feynman. For this week: Water Mint (Mentha aquatica), Great Willowherb (Epilobium hirsutum), Yarrow (Achillea millefolium), Creeping Thistle (Cirsium arvense), White Campion (Silene latifolia)
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Angie Sep 15
Meadowsweet reflowering again 🌿
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Joshua Clarke Sep 16
Bittersweet/woody nightshade. Finding these all over the place. Always late to though 😬
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=== Geoff === Sep 15
Chicory still flowering but starting to seed now. South Essex
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Deborah Swift Sep 16
A rogue sunflower has managed to grow in a crevice in our roof!
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Jo Stephen Sep 15
Harebells, autumn gentian & autumn ladies tresses at Fontmell Down today.
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Shahnila Shafiq 🇪🇺 Sep 18
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Issy Bryony Hardman Sep 15
Devil’s bit scabious, Succisa pratensis. Runnymede
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Angie Sep 15
Rose bedeguar gall caused by a gall wasp,,on a dog rose
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John C. Sep 15
More from Hawstead village green this time a sea of Harebells (Campanula rotundifolia)
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Fiona Waters Sep 15
Any help with this flower would be appreciated 😊
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Dr Cara Daly Sep 15
I think this is Lesser spearwort, (Ranunculus flammula) ? Alongside a slow moving pond in Wicklow for
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Robert E Fuller Sep 18
Have you noticed how many haw berries are out at the moment? They make great compositions for my paintings 🎨🍒
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Phil... 10h
That's and I have a cold maybe it's hayfever or an allergy to mold... 😂😷🥂❤
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A first posting for Some Sea Rocket, (Cakile maritima Scop.) found on Pilmore beach in East Cork. An English mustard taste from the leaves.
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