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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.

Wild Onion: crow garlic | Nature Notes from Dorset

Wild Onion: crow garlic | Nature Notes from Dorset

Nipplewort: not just another dandelion | Nature Notes from Dorset

Nipplewort: not just another dandelion

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

Silverweed: leaves you in no doubt

Pale Persicaria: always read the label | Nature Notes from Dorset

Pale Persicaria: always read the label

Wood Sage: not one for the pot | Nature Notes from Dorset

Wood Sage: not one for the pot

Redleg: new name same game | Nature Notes from Dorset

Redleg: new name same game

Marsh Pennywort: the answer lies in the leaves | Nature Notes from Dorset

Marsh Pennywort: the answer lies in the leaves

Yellow Oat-grass: chalk it up | Nature Notes from Dorset

Yellow Oat-grass: chalk it up

Black Mustard: the spice of life | Nature Notes from Dorset

Like dandelion-type flowers, yellow members of the cabbage family (or cruciferae) can also be a challenge in the field. Quite often it is the seeds that help distinguish between the various similar species.

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