Smells like garlic when crushed. Also known as ‘Jack-by-the-hedge’
Small, purplish leaves hug stem up to flower.
Orchid most commonly seen
Used to be used to stuff mattresses as the smell of the dried flowers supposedly repelled fleas.
Hairy plant with red tinged leaves and stem and long, pointed seed heads. Likes shady places.
A creeping plant with whorls of leaves and flowers at intervals along stem.
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.
Hairy, square stems.
Very tiny blue flowers.
Flowers and leaves float on surface of water.
Usually found floating on the surface of freshwater.
Often found near to freshwater.
Sprawling plant. Flowers clustered around stem.
Sprawling, creeping plant.
Square, hairy stem.