Ericaceae: Gaultheria shallon

Find help & information on Gaultheria shallon salal from the RHS

Herbaceious: Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm'

Find help & information on Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm' coneflower 'Goldsturm' from the RHS

Centaurea cyanus - rare in the wild in the UK, but still quite common in europe = difficult to make a case for conservation. threatened due to agriculture

Centaurea cyanus - rare in the wild in the UK, but still quite common in europe = difficult to make a case for conservation. threatened due to agriculture

Drosera rotundifolia: survives low nutrient levels by being carnivorous

Drosera rotundifolia: survives low nutrient levels by being carnivorous

Juncus effusus: forms hummocks to tolerate changes in water level

Juncus effusus: forms hummocks to tolerate changes in water level

M19: Betula nana

M19: Betula nana

M19: Rubus chamaemorus. Aerenchyma in roots

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M19: Eriophorum vaginatum

M19: Eriophorum vaginatum

M19: Eriophorum angustifolium

Bog cotton (cotton grass) ✿ڿڰۣ is a plant that is uniquely symbolic of the Irish landscape. It is often found on peat or acidic soils, in open wetland, heath or moorland such as the mires of Northern Ireland.

Sphagnum cuspidatum: aquatic  species adapted to pools in myres

Sphagnum cuspidatum: aquatic species adapted to pools in myres

Sphagnum capillifolium: forms hummocks in mires. Sphagnum release H ions which acidify habitat. Resistant to decomposition due to phenolic compounds

Sphagnum capillifolium: forms hummocks in mires. Sphagnum release H ions which acidify habitat. Resistant to decomposition due to phenolic compounds

Cochlearia danica Brassicaceae coastal plant that appears on road sides (won't need this)

Cochlearia danica Brassicaceae coastal plant that appears on road sides (won't need this)

Aphanes arvensis annual rosaceae. arable weed.

Aphanes arvensis known as parsleypiert is a sprawling downy plant common all over the British Isles where It grows on arable fields and bare wastelands p

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