Small, purplish leaves hug stem up to flower.
Climbing plants with pea-like flowers. Hairy.
Climbing plant with large flowers.
Name derives from shape of flower.
Hairy plant, name derives from shape of seed head.
Hairy plant with red tinged leaves and stem and long, pointed seed heads. Likes shady places.
Also known as herb bennet.
Flowers have square petals and are positioned on long stems.
Similar to a dandelion but more slender and delicate.
A large daisy.
So-called because flowers look and smell like pinapple (when crushed).
So-called because produces black seed heads.
Flowers and leaves float on surface of water.
Usually found on ground that has recently been disturbed.
Dandelion like flowers.
Sprawling, creeping plant.
Whole plant very hairy. Daisy-like flowers.
Large thorns on stems. Flowers have heart shaped petals and lots of stamen. Has shiny red hips in Autumn.
Also known as jack-go-to-bed-at-noon because flowers usually close up in the afternoon. Has large, round, fluffy seed heads and slender, pointed flower buds.