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NBNR  -  flowers  (K-Z)

(click on pics to see full size image in new window)
( * = full size image not available)

knotgrass
knotgrass

lilac
lilac

lupin
lupin (1)

meadow vetchling
meadow vetchling

michaelmas daisy
Michaelmas daisy

mugwort
mugwort

nipplewort
nipplewort

oregon grape
oregon grape

oxeye daisies
oxeye daisy (*)

perforate St John's-wort
perforate St John's-wort

prickly lettuce
prickly lettuce

primrose
primrose

privet
privet

purple loosestrife
purple loosestrife

red bartsia
red bartsia

red clover
red clover

red dead nettle
red dead nettle

redshank
redshank

scarlet pimpernel
scarlet pimpernel

snowdrop
snowdrop

spanish bluebell
Spanish bluebell

spear thistle
spear thistle

spotted medick
spotted medick

swamp stonecrop
swamp stonecrop

wild teasel
teasel

tufted vetch
tufted vetch

water mint
water mint

white dead nettle
white clover

white dead nettle
white dead nettle

white water-lilies in Willow Pond
white water-lily (2)

wild cherry blossom
wild cherry

winter-cress
winter-cress

wood anemone
wood anemone

wood avens
wood avens

wood dock
wood dock

yarrow
yarrow

yellow_archangel
yellow archangel

yellow flag
yellow flag

yellow loosestrife
yellow loosestrife (*)

yellow rattle
yellow rattle


                    (1)  the last recorded sighting of lupins was in 2012, before Lupin Grove became water-logged three winters running
                    (2)  the last recorded sighting of white water-lilies was also in 2012, in Willow Pond


flowers (A-J)
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thanks to Noakbridge.net for the Lupins Glade photo
thanks to Betty Haynes for the pictures without enlarged views (possibly taken before the Society was formed)
thanks to Richard Chew for the red clover, tufted vetch and wild teasel photos
thanks to Sarah Meyer for the spotted medick photo
thanks to John Pettitt for most of the remaining photos
thanks to Jean Youé and Joan Fynn for help with identification
email contact - info@nbnrs.org.uk
last updated - 12 May 2024
URL - http://www.nbnrs.org.uk/gall22_flowers.html