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Flower ID please122 viewsOne of quite a lot flowering along an arable field by the R Lymne, under alder trees. Be grateful for an ID for this non-botanist.Phil Hyde
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Bee orchid, Frampton RSPB198 viewsIn a a patch of eight plantsPaul Sullivan
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Green-winged Orchid206 viewsColin Jennings
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Bee orchid362 viewsDavid Morison
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Bee Orchid165 viewsTetney MarshesDave Bradbeer
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Un-known330 viewsFound in Skellingthorpe Woods, anyone out there who knows of its identity.MJGrey
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Horsetail?168 viewsDavid Morison
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Very early Cinquefoil?196 viewsI think Creeping - any ideas?



David Morison
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I think this is a Dwarf Iris 187 viewsFund in a 5 metre grassland gap in the hedge. I know nothing about this flower so any information would be gratefull :)Anthony Bentley
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Poppies218 viewsAn appropriate picture upload for today I thinkMandy West
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Common Knapweed136 viewsCommon KnapweedJoe Mould
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Devil's-bit scabious135 viewsDevil's-bit scabiousJoe Mould
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Wild Carrot153 viewsRoy Harvey
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Wild Carrot146 viewsRoy Harvey
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Southern Marsh Orchid var. albiflora213 viewsGrahame Hopwood
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Southern Marsh Orchid var. albiflora112 viewsOne of four plants currently in flowerGrahame Hopwood
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Southern Marsh Orchid var. albiflora150 viewsVery rare varietyGrahame Hopwood
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Cowslip114 viewsNick Clayton
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Spring?185 viewsDavid Morison
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Aconites150 viewsMichael Pickwell
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Aconites108 viewsMichael Pickwell
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Snowdrops128 viewsMichael Pickwell
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Snowdrops103 viewsMichael Pickwell
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Small Bugloss160 viewsDavid Morison
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Hedge Woundwort134 viewsDavid Morison
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