Saturday, July 5, 2008

Wildflowers in Stave Hill and the RDW

Here are some more of the photographs that I took last week. The sheer amount of colour over there makes the place sparkle even on a really dull day. Fortunately we've had one or two nice sunny moments and it has been lovely to see the place come to life. Click on the small image to see the bigger one if required.



Wild Teasel
Family: Dipsacaceae
Species: Dipsacus fullonum
Biennial



Nettle-Leaved Bellflower
Family: Campanulaceae
Species: Campanula tracelium
Perennial



Meadow Crane's-bill
Family: Geraniaceae
Species: Geranium pratense
Perennial



Field Scabious
Family: Dipsacaceae
Species: Knautia arvensis
Perennial



Bramble (Blackberry)
Family: Rosaceae
Species: Rubus fruticosus
Subshrub


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