White flowers in clusters at the top of stems. Leaves grow in whorls 0f 6-8 and have prickly edges.
From the upper axils of the middle and upper leaves, there are nodding umbels of 1-5 flowers.
The flowers are whitish green or pale yellowish green .
Broad pointed leaves smell of garlic. Carpet marshy ground next to stream. White clusters of star-shaped flowers.
Pale yellow flowers, with darker orange centres. Rosette of oval leaves with rather wrinkled edges.
Also known as Kingcup. A large buttercup with big, glossy, deep-green, kidney-shaped leaves.
Bright yellow flowers look like giant buttercups. Clumps along River Tawd - in Fairy Glen still a stream.
Shiny arrow-shaped leaves with hooded flowers; Each flower is a central purple rod (the spadix- separate male & female flowers) enclosed by a translucent hood (the spathe)
Unpleasant smell which attracts flies for pollination.