Author Topic: Flora  (Read 47075 times)

barewirewalker

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Re: Flora
« Reply #45 on: 07:37:12, 23/06/16 »
Like your fungus photos Pleb, particularly the one against the rocks.
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Re: Flora
« Reply #46 on: 11:11:37, 01/07/16 »

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Re: Flora
« Reply #47 on: 11:14:46, 01/07/16 »



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Re: Flora
« Reply #48 on: 13:21:08, 01/07/16 »
Lovely pictures Pleb    :)

pleb

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Re: Flora
« Reply #49 on: 15:58:12, 05/07/16 »
Ragged robin

Agrimony

St.Johns Wort

marsh woundwort

garden variety (?) loosestrife


unknown. Help?

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Re: Flora
« Reply #50 on: 17:48:09, 05/07/16 »
The "Garden variety (?) loosestrife" is indeed Yellow loosestrife, Lysimachia punctata, that is often grown in gardens.
"Unknown. Help?" is Spotted deadnettle, Lamium maculatum, another garden escape.
The unlabelled one above that is a Bedstraw, Galium species, but difficult to tell precisely which one.
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pleb

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Re: Flora
« Reply #51 on: 19:11:58, 05/07/16 »
Ta very muchly O0

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« Reply #52 on: 15:31:53, 07/07/16 »

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« Reply #53 on: 15:33:52, 07/07/16 »

dittzzy

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Re: Flora
« Reply #54 on: 23:20:16, 07/07/16 »
But you haven't told us what they are!!!!   :D :D

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Re: Flora
« Reply #55 on: 10:34:42, 08/07/16 »
But you haven't told us what they are!!!!   :D :D
Oh somebody tell me for a change! ;D

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Re: Flora
« Reply #56 on: 11:32:43, 08/07/16 »
A stab in the dark:
In the first photo the pinkish flowers look rather like Corncockle, nowadays a rare arable weed but it is commonly included in wild flower seed mixes.
The red buds are probably Scarlet pimpernel.
The little white flowers, though, are unfamiliar to me.
The second photo appears to be Viper's-bugloss, a tentative i.d. helped by the narrow pointed leaves that can be seen down the stem below the flowers; the larger leaves in the picture are not connected with it I think.

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Re: Flora
« Reply #57 on: 10:45:32, 02/08/16 »

monkeyflower

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Re: Flora
« Reply #58 on: 10:45:59, 02/08/16 »

mint of some sort

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Re: Flora
« Reply #59 on: 10:46:30, 02/08/16 »

hairy maize?