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Procumbent Pearlwort - Sagina procumbens

Eared Willow - Salix aurita

Goat Willow - Salix caprea

Grey willow - Salix cinerea

Crack WIllow - Salix fragilis

Bay-leaved Willow - Salix pentandra

Elder - Sambucus nigra

Salad Burnet - Sanguisorba minor

Great Burnet - Sanguisorba officinalis

Sanicle - Sanicula europaea

Sickle-leaved Hook-moss - Sanionia uncinata

This was found in the willow carr.

Schistidium crassipilum

Sciuro-hypnum plumosum

Scleropodium purum

Water Figwort - Scrophularia auriculata

The square stem has wings. You can see this flower in the Scrapes during June to September.

Common Figwort - Scrophularia nodosa

Marsh Ragwort - Senecio aquaticus

Ragwort - Senecio jacobaea

The stems of this bright yellow flower are often covered by black and yellow Cinnabar moth caterpillars. They eat not only the leaves but the flowers also. many insects including moths, butterflies and bees frequent the nectar rich flowers.

Groundsel - Senecio vulgaris

Wellingtonia - Sequoiadendron giganteum

Saw-wort - Serratula tinctoria

Found in the middle of the heath in july 2011. It has spread to other parts of the heath.

Field Madder - Sherardia arvensis

Pepper-saxifrage - Silaum silaus

From June to September the yellow heads of this plant can be seen, often sporting many beetles awaiting their prey.

Red Campion - Silene dioica

There is a small clump of these flowers along Risedale Beck that flowers through summer and into autumn.

Bladder Campion - Silene vulgaris

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