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Post by gary lilley » Mon May 14, 2007 7:28 pm

spotted one plant in flower on a field with horses on next to the syd brook
also spotted afew plants lately but struggled to put names to them(not as easy as identifying birds it seems)

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Post by David Beattie » Mon May 14, 2007 10:21 pm

At least plants stay around for a week or so in the same place. If you wanted to put names to them I would refer you to two books reviewed in the newsletters (see link in green border at bottom of forum)
1 Newsletter no 111. "Wildflowers by colour" Marjorie Blamey
2 Newletter no 113. "Wildflowers of Britain and Northern Europe" Fitter, Fitter and Blamey

I have a spare copy of the former if you wanted to have one

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