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WILD FLOWERS YOU HAVE SEEN OUT WHILE OUT WALKING - 2017

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  1. ARMANDII

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    The new thread for 2017:snorky:
     
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      A surising amount of hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) still flowering, which is unusual at this time of year.
       
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        Biggest Liverwort i've ever seen today :)DSCI0003 (2).JPG
         
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          :wow: That's the first time I've ever seen Liverwort big small or otherwise :blue thumb:
           
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            I bet you've seen these before :snork:

            Not this year's crop ;) :snorky:

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              Livid Daffodils :snorky:

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                That is supreme specimen of Liverwort. Did you stumble across it in Paul Gascoigne's garden by any chance? :Wino::snorky:
                 
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                    Them's wild :snorky:
                     
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                        Alexanders. An umbellifer introduced by the Romans to improve their broadband speed.
                         
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                          Not quite a flower...DSCI0001 (1).JPG

                          But a fruiting body
                           
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                            Creeping comfrey (Symphytum grandiflorum).

                            Pretty in the countryside - and pretty in the garden..... until it starts popping up everywhere imaginable.

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                              Dog's Mercury. Traditionally used for taking the temperature of Sausage Dogs.
                               
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