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pleb

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Re: Flora
« Reply #60 on: 10:47:15, 02/08/16 »

harebell? Didn't look quite right somehow :-\

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« Reply #61 on: 10:47:50, 02/08/16 »

native yellow loosestrife?

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Re: Flora
« Reply #62 on: 10:48:23, 02/08/16 »

bellflower of some sort

Forkbeard

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Re: Flora
« Reply #63 on: 16:28:55, 02/08/16 »
Apologies if this has been posted and I've missed it, but can anyone tell me what this is?:


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Re: Flora
« Reply #64 on: 16:45:57, 02/08/16 »
pleb, your Harebell is just the white variety I think....and I'm almost sure the same goes for the clustered bellflower.


The Loosestife looks like Dotted Loosestrife.  I didn't know there was a dotted variety until I found some recently!


Forkbeard....yours is Bell Heather.


Tracey :)
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Re: Flora
« Reply #65 on: 17:34:16, 02/08/16 »
Poppies on yesterdays walk, phone pic so not great quality.

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Re: Flora
« Reply #66 on: 21:24:04, 02/08/16 »
Here's the Dotted Loosestrife I mentioned earlier....


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pleb

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Re: Flora
« Reply #67 on: 10:25:03, 04/08/16 »
Dotted loosestrife? I must google that...............

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Re: Flora
« Reply #68 on: 08:11:27, 05/08/16 »
Poppies on yesterdays walk, phone pic so not great quality.


Love the poppy, not only for it flash of colour that stands out so well - but for what it now represents with our fallen soldiers.
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Re: Flora
« Reply #69 on: 10:18:35, 05/08/16 »
pleb, your Harebell is just the white variety I think....and I'm almost sure the same goes for the clustered bellflower.


The Loosestife looks like Dotted Loosestrife.  I didn't know there was a dotted variety until I found some recently!


Forkbeard....yours is Bell Heather.


Tracey :)

Cheers Tracey, it makes walking a bit more interesting when you know what you're looking at :)

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Re: Flora
« Reply #70 on: 21:58:52, 05/08/16 »
Cheers Tracey, it makes walking a bit more interesting when you know what you're looking at :)


It sure does!  8)
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Re: Flora
« Reply #71 on: 11:25:34, 11/08/16 »

eyebright in monks dale, derbyshire

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« Reply #72 on: 11:05:09, 25/08/16 »

rock rose

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« Reply #73 on: 11:05:49, 25/08/16 »

wild (?) ponies

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Re: Flora
« Reply #74 on: 11:06:44, 25/08/16 »

lighter pinky one is scabious