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Globe Flower - Trollius europaeus

Planted on the moor

Western Hemlock-spruce - Tsuga heterophylla

Colt's-foot - Tussilago farfara

Colts-foot, so called because of the shape of its leaf. The leaves which have a white hairy underside, appear after the flowers. The flowers show themselves as early as February.

Lesser Bulrush - Typha angustifolia

Bulrush - Typha latifolia

A tall water plant that thrives in most of our ponds. The dark brown seed head stands during the winter, realeasing its seeds in spring.

Gorse - Ulex europaeus

Gorse can be invasive and has to be controlled as it prevents the ground flora from flourishing. However it is an ideal place to look for a whole variety of insects and spiders.

Wych Elm - Ulmus glabra

Elm - Ulmus sp

Ulota bruchii

Crisped Pincushion - Ulota crispa

This moss was found in the willow carr.

Ulota phyllantha

Nettle - Urtica dioica

Marsh Valerian - Valeriana dioica

One of the wetter meadows is home to Marsh Valerian. There are separate male and female flowers.

Common Cornsalad - Valerianella locusta

Wall Speedwell - Veronica arvensis

Brooklime - Veronica beccabunga

Germander Speedwell - Veronica chamaedrys

Slender Speedwell - Veronica filiformis

Wood Speedwell - Veronica montana

Heath Speedwell - Veronica officinalis

Marsh Speedwell - Veronica scutellata

Found on the wetland.

Thyme-leaved Speedwell - Veronica serpyllifolia

Wayfaring Tree - Viburnum lantana

Some of these can be found at the bottom of the middle moor path

Guelder Rose - Viburnum opulus

Tufted Vetch - Vicia cracca

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