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Creeping Buttercup: running wild | Nature Notes from Dorset

By far the most common of our buttercups is the creeping buttercup (Ranunculus repens). It flowers from May through until October and even on after that in milder winters.

Celery-leaved Buttercup: the cursed buttercup | The Nature of Dorset

Celery-leaved Buttercup: the cursed buttercup

Common Cornsalad: lambs lettuce | Nature Notes from Dorset

Common Cornsalad: lambs lettuce | Nature Notes from Dorset

Silverweed: leaves you in no doubt | Nature Notes from Dorset

Silverweed: leaves you in no doubt

Field Madder: out of the blue | Nature Notes from Dorset

Field Madder: out of the blue

Parsley-piert: breaking up stones | Nature Notes from Dorset

Identification of plants can be difficult at times but there are plants that are difficult to find before you actually even start to try and identify them! Parsley-piert (Aphanes arvensis) certainly falls in to this latter category.

Redleg: new name same game | Nature Notes from Dorset

Redleg: new name same game

Hairy Bittercress: let battle commence | Nature Notes from Dorset

Hairy Bittercress: let battle commence

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