Author Topic: Flora  (Read 28496 times)

pleb

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Re: Flora
« Reply #180 on: 10:27:03, 08/06/18 »
No Dovegirl-just from my old laptop.

dartmoorrambler

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Re: Flora
« Reply #181 on: 08:59:18, 09/06/18 »
If you use the insert image option and place the image on another site.
Google images is another site you can use for free and then link the image here

dittzzy

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Re: Flora
« Reply #182 on: 00:34:49, 22/06/18 »
Can someone tell me what this is please?

dartmoorrambler

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Re: Flora
« Reply #183 on: 06:59:15, 22/06/18 »
Seed heads of cowslip?

dittzzy

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Re: Flora
« Reply #184 on: 10:07:44, 22/06/18 »
Of course!  I knew I recognised them, but I couldn't work it out.  Thank yoooou. 

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fernman

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Re: Flora
« Reply #186 on: 18:11:16, 09/01/19 »
It's time to kickstart this thread again.

Stinking hellebore, Helleborus foetidus, in a Buckinghamshire wood on 8 January 2019


pleb

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Re: Flora
« Reply #187 on: 20:13:32, 09/01/19 »
Impressive O0

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Re: Flora
« Reply #188 on: 08:38:24, 10/01/19 »
I think that's what I know as Lenten Rose. Is it native to UK?
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« Reply #189 on: 10:22:47, 10/01/19 »
Nice one Fernman, I hope you found it a decent distance away from the righteous way. Enough to satisfy your adventurous spirit  :D .

All I found yesterday was 1/3 of mile of right of way (FP) that appears someone is try to scrub of the map  >:(
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« Reply #190 on: 10:44:48, 10/01/19 »
I hope you found it a decent distance away from the righteous way.

In the past I have spotted the occasional one well off the beaten track, but I must confess that the group in my photo were very close to the edge of the Forestry Commission car park!

I think that's what I know as Lenten Rose. Is it native to UK?

Stinking hellebore is a native wild plant but it is also grown in the nursery trade.
Lenten rose is a collective name given to most cultivated hellebores.
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