A rarity among the wigeons! Martin Mere WWT, Mar 2010
In local lawns
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 .
Pale yellow flowers, with darker orange centres. Rosette of oval leaves with rather wrinkled edges.
Broad pointed leaves smell of garlic. Carpet marshy ground next to stream. White clusters of star-shaped flowers.
Paired Leaves, Pink flowers (5 Petals)
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.
Waiting for colleague, to car share. Shelley Drive
Leads Liverpool Canal Behind Rufford Old Hall
Numerous Fresh Molehills along Leeds Liverpool Canal opp bank to Rufford Hall
X2 over Spring Wood
Road out of Mere Sands Wood towards Holmeswood Road.
Road out of Mere Sands Wood
Mere Sans Wood x2
Between A59 and Sluice Land
Fresh Molehills on Towpath along Leeds Liverpool Canal