Gallery - Green Flowers
A small and very unfern-like fern,easily overlooked in damp grassland and woodland.
Sout, sometimes clump-forming, hairless biennial that likes waste ground, roadside verges and hedgerows.
Branched,hairless perennial that is either upright or prostrate. Young shoots are familiar vegetable.
Grows in freshwater margins.
Upright,branched or unbranched biennial, with stiff spines. Grows in dry calcareous grassland.
Persistent, usually hairless perennial of lawns, disturbed grassland and arable land.
Part of the sedge family
Charming and distinctive annual covered in soft hairs. Found in dry, grassy areas, typically on sandy or gravelly soils.
Evergreen, self-clinging climber that also carpets the ground.
Perennial of woods and hedges.
Distinctive perennial found on walls and banks, often growing in partial shade.
The familiar stinging nettle
Flowering April-June in Weedy habitats, Gardens and fields.
Locally common to abundant. Rough grassy places, verges, field margins and waste ground.
Found in Deciduous woods
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