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Flower ID please174 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
Bee orchid, Frampton RSPB225 viewsIn a a patch of eight plantsPaul Sullivan
Green-winged Orchid246 viewsColin Jennings
Bee orchid388 viewsDavid Morison
Bee Orchid189 viewsTetney MarshesDave Bradbeer
Un-known358 viewsFound in Skellingthorpe Woods, anyone out there who knows of its identity.MJGrey
Horsetail?188 viewsDavid Morison
Very early Cinquefoil?224 viewsI think Creeping - any ideas?

David Morison
I think this is a Dwarf Iris 211 viewsFund in a 5 metre grassland gap in the hedge. I know nothing about this flower so any information would be gratefull :)Anthony Bentley
Poppies249 viewsAn appropriate picture upload for today I thinkMandy West
Common Knapweed158 viewsCommon KnapweedJoe Mould
Devil's-bit scabious157 viewsDevil's-bit scabiousJoe Mould
Wild Carrot173 viewsRoy Harvey
Wild Carrot165 viewsRoy Harvey
Southern Marsh Orchid var. albiflora235 viewsGrahame Hopwood
Southern Marsh Orchid var. albiflora132 viewsOne of four plants currently in flowerGrahame Hopwood
Southern Marsh Orchid var. albiflora172 viewsVery rare varietyGrahame Hopwood
Cowslip135 viewsNick Clayton
Spring?206 viewsDavid Morison
Aconites174 viewsMichael Pickwell
Aconites127 viewsMichael Pickwell
Snowdrops150 viewsMichael Pickwell
Snowdrops123 viewsMichael Pickwell
Small Bugloss184 viewsDavid Morison
Hedge Woundwort152 viewsDavid Morison
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