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Eco_Oli Apr 14
A sea of ground-ivy and red dead-nettle (both lamiaceae) flooding our village’s roadside verge
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Moira O'Donnell Apr 14
Thyme-leaved Speedwell, Veronica serpyllifolia, beside the New River Path at Woodberry Wetlands.
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Tony Eadson Apr 14
There is no historical record for this Sp on Southrepps Common Norfolk but I have known of its presence for the last 5 + years could it have been overlooked or did it arrive by other vectors/planted ? 14 flowering spikes at mo
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Kingfisher Apr 14
Ranunculus auricomus, Goldilocks Buttercups, surprisingly some had all their petals attached. This is a scruffy flower and some of the petals usually drop within a day of opening, nr Ightam, Kent today for
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Sophie Leguil Apr 13
I found my favourite wildflower along the Thames in London, flowering much earlier than usual. Meet the delightful weasel's snout, Misopates orontium, an annual archaeophyte often found in fields, & declining in the UK because of intensive agriculture
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Issy Bryony Hardman Apr 14
Is it me or are Red Dead Nettles having a really good year? They’ve been bountiful in SW London at least
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Emma Cameron Apr 18
I’m leaving the dandelions to grow anywhere in the garden they choose and enjoying their bright spots of colour. Rewarded by seeing bees, small blue butterfly and a brimstone all visiting them.
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Donna Rainey Apr 14
Best find in the this week, the stunning Spring Gentian. What a flower!
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Rebecca Wheeler Apr 14
I was so happy to see this curious plant today as I’ve been wanting to see it for ages! So special thanks to for suggesting I visit Loggerheads Country Park. An amazing clump of Toothwort, Lathraea squamaria parasitising Hazel.
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Sam Braine Apr 14
Early spider-orchids in Dorset today! The most charismatic plant I’ve ever seen- I can’t help but notice smiling/ shocked faces in each flower. I waited two years to see them and it was so worth the wait and five hour journey!
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Moira O'Donnell Apr 14
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Jo Stephen Apr 14
Early spider orchid, on the cliffs above Swanage.
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wildflowerhour Apr 16
The lovely community are always happy to help you with identifications, but once you start wildflower hunting regularly, a lot of fun and satisfaction is to be gained from learning how to identify plants for yourself. Here is an excellent link to help you do that!
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CC 19h
Found my first green-winged orchid (Anacamptis morio) of the year. Just about in flower and plenty more in bud at Draycote meadows
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Stephanie Smith Apr 14
I had always assumed this Green Alkanet (front garden) was Borage, so convinced was I that I didn't bother checking. I realised my mistake today, told hubby. His reaction? "OMG, my life will get be the same again!". He just doesn't get it. You do though, don't you?
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ingunn 12h
My first Early Purple orchid of the season, lots around locally now quite early for but it feels a bit like a Sunday 😉
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Liz Roche Apr 14
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Tim Purches Apr 14
Sedges flower too! Here’s Pendulous Sedge (Carex pendula) and Greater Pond-sedge (Carex riparia)
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jonnets #StopBrexit infacts.org #fbpe 🇪🇺 Apr 14
Does anyone know what this is please? thanks!
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