Birds-foot Trefoil

Birds-foot Trefoil

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Birds-foot trefoil is a perennial plant and a member of the pea family, it has yellow pea-like flowers.
Blue Geranium

Blue Geranium

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The colours of the geranium can vary from red, pink, magenta, violet, purple, white and salmon. The Geranium grows all over the world.
Bluebell

Bluebell

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The Bluebell is a familiar sight in our woodlands and grassy banks during the spring. They grow from bulbs, with leaves emerging shortly before the flowers.
Common Nettle

Common Nettle

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Stinging nettles (Urtica Dioica) are easily recognised and can also be unpopular as a weed; unfortunately it is often easily felt as the whole plant is covered in stinging hairs.
Dandelion

Dandelion

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Dandelion flower heads are a fantastic nectar source and food plant for bees, hoverflies and butterflies.
Ivy

Ivy

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Native ivy  is a vigorous evergreen climbing plant which can be found growing up and over walls, trees and hedges.
Lesser Celandine

Lesser Celandine

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Lesser Celandine grow in damp woods, hedge banks, banks of streams, marshes and waste ground, where they can form extensive carpets.
Purple Moor Grass

Purple Moor Grass

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Purple Moor Grass is a United Kingdom Biodiversity Action Plan Habitat due to its rarity.
Sweet Violet

Sweet Violet

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Sweet Violet grows in hedge banks, woodland, churchyards, waste and brownfield sites and beside roads and footpaths.