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  • Yellow Rattle
    on Jul 1, 2011
    This partially parasitic plant derives water and minerals from the adjoining root systems of grasses. The small, rather squat, yellow flowers have two lips, with tiny violet teeth on the upper lip. The calyx is extremely inflated...
  • Yarrow
    on Jun 29, 2011
    Yarrow may form large drifts of white flowers among the dry grasses of late summer. The erect stems are very tough and hairy. Numerous small flowers are borne in flattopped clusters, and are usually white but may be tinged with pi...
  • Yellow Bird’s-nest
    on Jun 29, 2011
    This extraordinary plant is a saprophyte, drawing its nutrients from a tangled root system (said to resemble a bird’s nest) that feeds on decaying vegetable matter in the soil. The leaves are scales lying close to the stem, and...
  • Monkshood
    on Jun 27, 2011 in Monkshood M
    The tall spikes of hooded deep violet or blue flowers, resembling a monk’s cowl, are highly distinctive. However, they give little clue that Monkshood is a member of the buttercup family. Each flower has numerous stamens and five pet...
  • Common Dodder
    on Jun 26, 2011
    This leafless plant obtains its nutrients by parasitizing other plants, such as heather. It is instantly recognizable by the mass of twining, hair-like, red stems, which attach themselves to the host by tiny suckers. The pale...
  • Red Valerian
    on Jun 26, 2011 in Red Valerian R
    There is no missing this distinctive Red Valerian when it is in full flower throughout most of the summer months, particularly as it clings to the walls of an ancient castle or monument. It is native to the Mediterranean and is now&nbs...
  • Germander Speedwell
    on Jun 24, 2011
    The flowers of Germander Speedwell are an exceptionally deep and vivid blue, with a contrasting white “eye” in the centre and two divergent protruding stamens. The flower stalks are produced from the base of hairy, stalkless l...
  • Red Helleborine
    on Jun 24, 2011 in Red Helleborine R
    The pinkish red flowers of this elegant, rather uncommon orchid, brighten the woods and copses it inhabits. The sepals and petals are alike, finely tapered to a point, the lateral sepals spreading like wings. The central lip has very&n...
  • Branched Bur-reed
    on Jun 21, 2011
    The stiff, erect, strap-shaped leaves of Branched Bur-reed, are difficult to distinguish from those of other similar plants found on the edges of ponds, such as irises and bulrush. The flowers, however, are distinctive. The branched fl...
  • Bogbean
    on Jun 21, 2011 in Bogbean B
    Bogbean is unmistakable when seen en masse, with its white blossoms dotted over the surface of acid bog pools. The flowers appear in a loose cluster on a single stem. Rosy-pink in bud, the fully open flowers are white, each petal...
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