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White Mustard - Sinapis alba
Charlock - Sinapis arvensis
Hedge Mustard - Sisymbrium officinale
Blue-eyed-grass - Sisyrinchium bermudiana
Found on wetland.
Bittersweet - Solanum dulcamara
Perennial Sow-thistle - Sonchus arvensis
Also known as Corn Sow-thistle
Prickly Sow-thistle - Sonchus asper
Whitebeam - Sorbus aria
Rowan/ Mountain Ash - Sorbus aucuparia
The white flowers of the Rowan can be seen from May. The berries turn suddenly from green to red in the autumn. Blackbirds enjoy feeding on the berries.
Japanese Rowan - Sorbus commixta
Scarlet Rowan - Sorbus commixta ‘Embley’
Branched Bur-reed - Sparganium erectum
This strange looking plant can be seen growing in the ponds. Damselflies use the plant as a place to rest and eat their prey.
This moss was found on the wetland when it was surveyed in July 2012 and reported as 'very local'.
Red Bog-moss - Sphagnum capillifolium
Sphagnum capillifolium subsp rubellum
This moss was found on the wetland when it was surveyed in July 2012 and recorded as 'rare'.
Feathery Bog-moss - Sphagnum cuspidatum
Flat-topped Bog-moss - Sphagnum fallax
Fringed Bog-moss - Sphagnum fimbriatum
Blunt-leaved Bog-moss - Sphagnum palustre
Lustrous Bog-moss - Sphagnum subnitens
A bright green algae seen in some ponds in early spring.
Betony - Stachys officinalis
This flower is in bloom in mid to late summer and feeds the many insects on the wing at this time. The best place to view this flower is on the heath.
Marsh Woundwort - Stachys palustris
We have only found this plant in the Scrapes. As we have both Marsh and Hedge Woundwort there should be the possiblity of the hybrid, but we have not found it yet.