Friday, October 07, 2011

Tuesday 27 September

Dry Morning.

 Bittersweet - Solanum dulcamara
 Bird Pellet - about 2 inches / 5cm in size I know these are studied so I have no doubt someone will be able to tell us who did it?
 Big Lodge 
 Upright Hedge Parsley - Torilis japonica
 Common Nettle - Urtica dioica

Later I had a walk down the New Road still plenty in flower.
 Welsh Poppy - Meconopsis cambrica
 7 Spot Ladybird
 Bush Vetch - Vicia sepium
 Enteridium Lycoperdon a slime mold.
 Prickley Sow Thistle - Sonchus asper
 White Dead Nettle - Lamium album
 Bridge below Sunny Mount
 Sunny Mount Entrance
 Devil's-bit Scabious - Succisa pratensis
 Cat's Ear - Hypochoeris radicata
 Common Knapweed  - Centaurea nigra
 Honeysuckle  - Lonicera periclymenum
 Path through the Rucks
 Dandelion - Taraxacum
 Hedge Woundwort - Stachys sylvatica
Speckled Wood

Take Care.


  1. We call that first one deadly nightshade. I'm glad you show that sow thistle from time to time. I think it's fascinating the way the leaves grow. We have that one too.

  2. This is not our deadly nightshade (Atropa belladona) we don't see that much of it as people tend to destroy it as soon as it is seen. The one above is also poisonous it frequents hedges, walls mainly damp places we also call it Woody Nightshade.
    I like the Sow Thistles - my favourite being the perennial one Sonchus arvensis.


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