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Mallow

A very common weed that can grow up to a metre tall and be found on path edges, roadsides, hedgerows and even open woodland.

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir is an evergreen tree in the Pine family, native of North America but widely planted in the UK. Although closely related it is not a true Fir. Considered...

Wild Carrot

Although the leaves and roots of Wild Carrot are similar to Hemlock the flowers and forked leaf bracts under the flowers will save confusion with Hemlock and other Umbellifers. The...

Giant Hogweed

Giant Hogweed was brought to the UK by Victorian botanists due to its impressive large flowers and general size, DEFRA would now like to get rid of it.

Beech Tree

Beech trees, in the right conditions, can grow into large, old, majestic trees over 40 metres high.

Common Sorrel

The name ‘common’ really does describe this plant and we can usually find it in any grass type environment at any time of year save a very harsh winter or...

Forsythia

Forsythia is a genus of shrubs from East Asia widely used in gardening. Several species, hybrids and garden varieties exist, but all have similar flowers. We use the flowers in...

Elder tree

A great foragers shrub that’s very common and has three edible crops....

Fat Hen

A prolific member of the Amaranthaceae family a crop like quinoa can be obtained by those with time on their hands....

Pink-Sorrel

Pink flowered Sorrels are relatives of our native Wood-sorrel that pack the same refreshing sour taste. They’re native from South America but naturalised after being widely introduced as garden plants....