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Pill Sedge - Carex pilulifera

Flea Sedge - Carex pulicaris

Bottle Sedge - Carex rostrata

Spiked Sedge - Carex spicata

Wood Sedge - Carex sylvatica

Bladder Sedge - Carex vesicaria

Long-stalked Yellow Sedge - Carex viridula subsp brachyrrhyncha

Common Yellow-sedge - Carex viridula subsp oedocarpa

Hornbeam - Carpinus betulus

This tree was planted as part of the Foxglvoe 25 celebrations.

Sweet Chestnut - Castanea sativa

This was palnted as part of the Foxglove 25 celebrations in July 2017

Deodar - Cedrus deodara

Cedar-of-Lebanon - Cedrus libani

Annual Cornflower - Centaurea cyanus

Black Knapweed - Centaurea nigra

Black Knapweed is also known as Hardheads. Many different types of insects visit the flowers for nectar. The seeds are dispersed by wind.

Common Centaury - Centaurium erythraea

Depending upon the conditions in which it grows the size of the plant can vary. Before this was realised different sized plants were considered different species.

Common Mouse-ear - Cerastium fontanum

Ceratodon purpureus

Lawson's Cypress - Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

Rosebay Willowherb - Chamerion angustifolium

This flower likes disturbed ground and can often be found where there has been a fire - hence its other name Fireweed.

Stonewort - Chara globularis var. virgata

Stonewort - Chara vulgaris var longibracteata

Fat-hen - Chenopodium album

Chiloscyphus polyanthos

Opposite-Leaved Golden-Saxifrage - Chrysosplenium oppositifolium

This flower turns the beck sides yellow in spring.

Enchanter's Nightshade - Circaea lutetiana

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