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This is it after I've pulled it out of the ground which gets more difficult as they get larger. (strawberries in the background). I usually pull the oxalis up whenever I see it but one plant bloomed before I noticed it and then I realised I didn't have a pic here of the flower so I've taken one. -update - they did grow and bloom but before I could take a photo they were vandalised, maybe because someone noticed me taking photos and taking an interest in them? Honestly don't know how common it is actually in London. They are a wonderful flower but not if they sprout up in the wrong place. I did just have this on my South Coast and Downs page but I saw it near to me in London so I'm adding today's (13-6-2018) photo here. I've been told this is Coltsfoot and possibly invasive. If left, creeping buttercup soon spreads and gets more and more difficult to pull out. Don't worry if it covers the garden (as it does mine in early spring), it dies back before other plants get going. Last year I had it all over my front garden, as did my neighbour but after I weeded my garden and her garden well it didn't bloom and set seed so have much less this summer. As other weeds, such as prickly sow thistle and horseweed, may or may not have a well-developed rosette before the main stem shoots up, depending on when they start growing. I have a lot of creeping buttercup (left, below) at the moment and wanted to compare the flower to that of the clover (right, below) although it's not the clearest pic of the clover. It had a very large taproot, visible below. Decided to remove it recently before it gets to tree-like proportions. MugwortThank you to reader Digeroo who has identified this as mugwort There were two of these so I left one and pulled out one. bare lengths of stems between groups of leaves, It happens to be growing in the same pot as some deadnettle (on the right) which I originally mistook it for as I have lots of deadnettle everywhere now (I like the small flowers, esp as the bees love them) but here it's easy to see the deadnettle has differently textured leaves which have rounded lobes. I found this first one today (8-9-2013) and I don't think I've ever seen a specimen of fat hen with so many flowers and so tall. This site contains information and more than 8160 identification photos for 985 species of forbs, grasses, sedges, rushes, trees, and other woody plants found growing in Kansas. honesty seed pods, initially green they will turn brown and papery, these "coins" give the plant its other name, the money plant, a small honesty plant with those distinctive center leaves. Goldilocks Buttercup (Ranunculus auricomus), January 2019, seen local to me (London NW1),  this is quite a tentative identification (if anyone knows different, please lmk) as this is the first time I've seen this, flower is quite small although I didn't measure it (it was bitter cold), straight narrow leaves aside from a few at the base of the usual buttercup shape, at first I didn't recognise it but as it grew and I touched it and found that dry stickiness, it became clear it's goosegrass, early pic of goosegrass (taken before I realised not to pull the weeds up before I take a pic), tiny white flowers of the goosegrass, below, buds just visible in the pic above, Goosegrass / Indian Goosegrass / Wiregrass (Eleusine indica). It does have very early flowers. Also see the end of the Plant Identification page for my unknown plants. I saw red valerian on Hayling Island on the south coast so it's on the Identification - South Coast page and reader Diane recently sent me a pic of her pink valerian so I'm finally pulling all this info together. I think I've finally found a match for this. Much more developed than the one above. hairy bittercress seedlings, before the central stem has shot up, and here is the tiniest, tiniest beginning of the hairy bittercress (about 1.2 cm wide), with the cat just to put it into perspective (it's the seedling on the bottom right). I potted it up and it's already produced some buds a few weeks later. Control: Mulch to prevent plantains growing in the garden. Perennial with tough spreading roots which must be dug out and even then difficult to get all of it as it spreads so far. It's younger and fresher than the one above (which was in my first set of weed pics), it got bent so difficult to take a pic in situ so pulled it up. This was in Allen Gardens, Spitalfields (East London). even smaller than the examples above, I saw this on Camden St, London NW1 today (8-9-2018). I think this is geranium rotundifolium but I only saw it yesterday (14-10-2017) for the first time and I never heard of it before but the flowers do not match the other geranium wildflowers I know. I have never seen Nepeta faassenii seed for sale. Red / Purple Dead-nettle (Lamium purpureum), this is in a small park across the road, one of the first weeds/wildflowers in bloom, March 2018, comparison of spotted (?) And here is herb robert in bloom. By now (end of May) it's looking very buddleja-like (next pic). It does look similar to deadnettle which I have loads of in my garden but haven't had this. US Wildflower's Database of Wildflowers for Kentucky Click on thumbnail for larger version of image, scientific name for detail page. some smaller seedlings from another year (2017), quite close to a sea holly seedling (also don't know the seedling top right), they've appeared in other places, left ox-eye daisy, right anemone? I don't know a common name for this. I see berries? "Natives" are considered plants indigenous to North America before European settlement. The one above I grew from seed this year. The hoverflies were loving it. close-up of the 4-petalled flower in the centre, above it towards the right is a chickweed flower (more petals), the seed pods developing within the flowers, this is the initial rosette of a shepherd's purse plant, this plant (or plants) shows both the mature plant and that initial rosette, this is a tree seedling but in this location in a crack in the pavement round the corner from me, it's a weed (thanks to Mike (on FB) who helped with ID'ing this), coincidentally I also had this appear in a pot which I think is also silver birch. Also red clover and yellow Yellow Suckling Clover/Lesser Trefoil/Lesser Hop Trefoil, I saw this in the park across the road (Camden Gardens). Some people like it as a flower. (not to be confused with cleavers), crabgrass? IDENTIFYING YOUR PHOTOS : We get a large number of emails with photos attached asking us to identify wildflowers. To identify weeds, look for any plant growing where it shouldn't be, like a garden, flower bed, or cropland. the buds are on small horizontal stems, these 2 pics are not great, I'm going to try to take another (in focus this time!). If you try to cut ivy down but don't remove all the branches, they will root into a wall, brickwork, anywhere. Many books have only wildflowers- this has a great selection of the “weeds” too. the bulbils easily broke off when I dug it up. One thing I've recently realised about wood avens is that the young, first leaves at the bottom of the plant are differently shaped from the older leaves at the top. Some people grow it as a garden plant. The leaves do have a similarity to foxglove but the alkanet has slightly stinging rough hairs whereas the foxglove is very smooth and soft. Reviewed the 1972 edition, hope the updated one keeps the same great info. I'll take another but wanted to show what I have in the meantime. Hedge Mustard (Sisymbrium officinale)I'm surprised I've never seen this in the garden before today (June 13th 2014). This is along the Regent's Canal, London NW1, August 2017. I let them grow until they get invasive and compete with other plants then I pull them out. Firstly, buds. I saw this in Allen Gardens, Spitalfields (East London). I saw this along the Regent's Canal near King's Cross. I could see the leaves were not something I recognised and distinctive with the small leaves below the large leaves on the stem. This foxglove self-seeded in my neighbours' brick wall. Now with 1,000+ pictures on-line.Wildflower Photo GalleryIdentify your Wildflowers! I had this misidentified as a cut-leaved geranium as the leaves as so geranium-like but I realised the flower just wasn't geranium but musk mallow. This is one of the oldest hairy bittercress I've seen. Black Bindweed/Wild Buckwheat (Fallopia convolvulus). The flowers were 5.5 to 6 cm long on this one. Indoors or outdoors it doesn't matter. a reader suggested fox and cubs so I compared the two, fox and cubs to the left and above of the pot, similar in having rosette of hairy leaves, those all turned out to be viper's bugloss. They are bluebells! I see photos similar to this that are being called "wild lettuce" but also a taller plant with quite different leaves (see South Coast page), is that the second year plant? A "forb" is a wildflower that grows without human … this looks quite different from the clumps above but maybe they would turn into that given time? The snowdrop may appear delicate but it is a hardy little plant, surviving snowfall and cold temperatures. Beginning of June 2015 and one of the flowers has developed into a seedhead, like a dandelion, time to dispose of this before any of those seeds with "fluffy bits" (pappus) float away! Information provided includes color pictures, flower and leaf descriptions, all about how and where the plants grow, and whether or not it’s a native. The following 3 photos show Herb Robert. This third image of dockweed (from another neighbour's garden) is of a plant between the other two in size. What if all these are bluebells as well. a view of the wider environment with the railway line in the background, I saw this on the edge of Epping Forest 19-7-2019, Milk Thistle (see Plant Identification page), August 2017, this year the flowers are earlier because of the hot weather we've had, the michaelmas daisies are the plants with the long thin leaves amongst the chinese lanterns. At first glance it looks like grass but is thicker than grass. rosettes of broad-leaved willowherb growing from the spreading rootsI noticed some broad-leaved willowherb plants in the back garden and when I pulled them up saw two different sprouts on the roots, red leaved (top below) and green (below in the pic below) and then close-ups of each in the following pics. Hogweed and Hairy Bittercress, below, also see next 2 entries. I saw this in the road around the corner, end of May 2018. My only problem with this article is that all of the "weeds" listed here are perrenial edibles, even the crab grass. At first it's quite low-growing, a small clump on the ground (see hogweed pic above) but then the flower stems shoot up as below. the spiky bits are the seed capsules left after the flowers are finished. This Oxalis (below) which I pulled up the other day (Sept 2014) shows 1. how long the roots are which did made it difficult to pull up 2. how runners extend the plant 3. a tiny bud in the middle at the top. Just going by these photos I think it is goat's rue although it does look similar to vetch. Test Garden Tip: Each plantain plant can produce more than 15,000 seeds. I have it in my garden and it self-seeds. I've moved the seaside plants to their own page and the saltmarsh plants are on their own page. NB they look exactly like some of the nutsedge images I've seen. They do look quite prolific. It suddenly appeared in the garden next door. I decided to "go for it" and dig them up as well (this is my main flower bed in the sun, above is a shady less important part of the garden). You can still just scroll through and look at the photos (beginning after the list) if you're not sure what you're looking for. Nightshade is an introduced weed. I saw this along Regent's Canal today (10-7-2018). rocket at the bottom), Ox-eye Daisyanother plant I sowed from seed as a wildflower but it can get invasive. When identifying flower parts, it is best to start on the outside of the flower and work towards the middle like this: sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil (s). Rosebay Willowherb has a very distinctive veining on the leaves, they don't extend to the edge of the leaf: compare with a short-fruited or broadleaved willowherb leaf: medium-sized plant, second year, discarded after I established what it was, I saw these, full-sized rosebay willowherb plants at the side of the road in West Sussex. This example shows how these buddleja take root anywhere. "In a two hour plant walk we typically start with the Mint Family, then progress through the Mustard, Pea, Parsley, Borage, Lily, and Aster Families, so that every student can easily recognize these common families representing several thousand species. the flower stems have a trianguluar shape, Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima)this is the sort of thing you see springing up anywhere and everywhere, like buddleja, I cut off the branch above and it's grown back, surrounded by jasmine (photo taken from my neighbour's garden). This is a new part of our site and the wild flowers / plants described here will 'grow' with time (see the list on the right); it is, however, a 'work in progress'. Henbane. This is actually quite small, I found it difficult to take photos in focus, this one shows at least the bit at the end of the leaf that sticks out, will try again to take some more photos. Also called Iron Cross. I saw this growing in the Regent's Canal near me in Camden Town, northwest London, appropriate as it spread along the Grand Union Canal network, of which the Regent's Canal is part. Viper's Bugloss (Echium vulgare)I guess this is considered a weed in some circles, personally I love it and planted seeds a few years ago. Climbing Nighshade. (tiny herb robert seedling at the top and small rosette of (wild?) It's only in hindsight I realise where they came from. Valerian comes in red, pink and white varieties. Bindweed (see also field bindweed), white flowers similar to morning glory. this is one type, in my front garden, which I think of as the usual wide-spread type of bramble, blackberry-type berries, here's the flower of the 2nd type in my back garden, leaves on the left in the pic below, here are the berries that go with the flower above, the two types of bramble leaves I've noticed, What I think of as the "usual" bramble has lots of fierce thorns (top stem), the other variety is tame in comparison with quite mild thorns which I can touch quite easily, Bristly Oxtongue (Helminthotheca echioides). It's in flower so quite identifiable unlike the one below which I saw in the garden next door. The flowers were so small I had to get right down to take close-up photos, none of which are that great so will go back and try again but in the meantime I've added the photos I have. Looking at it now, I see branched flower stems which cat's ear doesn't have. The following is hairy bittercress. while pulling up this grass which had spread to one of my pots I noticed how red the bases of the clumps were, I never noticed that before, I'm wondering now if it is all couch grass or just a variation or detail I never noticed, will try to find out; although it's annoying I'm always happy it's relatively easy to pull out. Milkflower Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster lacteus). from that one small "sprout", the liverwort has spread quite a lot in my pots but it doesn't seem to cause much of a problem, recently I've noticed these upright growths, MallowI read somewhere recently about this being a weed but I sowed it myself as a wildflower from seed. Perennial, easy to pull out, see below how all the roots have come out when it's pulled up but if you miss one little bit it can grow a new weed. When I first grew viper's bugloss from seed I did not have much success - think I got 1 plant - and did not take photos of the seedlings/small plants so when these seedlings appeared - or at least when I noticed them enough to take a pic (Oct 2016) I didn't recognise them but now, being impatient to find out what they are, looking around the web I think they are viper's bugloss (also foxglove, viola, snapdragon in that small pot) which I did sow seed for the previous few years but never seemed to get any germination. Now I'm seeing a few occurrences. I didn't realize the "knots" above had the little white flowers but I hadn't taken close-up enough photos. (to be added: perennial sow thistle, sun spurge), I mistakenly had this as wild parsnip but a friend advised it was Alexanders, unlike many of the umbellifers this has yellow flowers, I saw this along Regents Canal, April 2017. I try to leave any in my garden or pots now. Cats like both. The following photos will allow you to identify blue and purple flowering plants. I wasn't sure what it was but the pink flowers, on some plants further along the canal, made it identifiable. Level of expertise needed Beginner. Corydalis Lutea (yellow fumitory), grown as a garden plant but I pull it up as a weed as it self-seeds around my garden, including on walls, and I don't really like it. Couch Grass. Autumn Hawkbit (Scorzoneroides autumnalis), this example is much smaller  than some of the yellow composites, these were only about 12 cm tall, seen August 19th southeast London. Eventually it weakens the plant. It's only advantage is it copes with the shade. I saw this at RSPB Fowlmere September 2018. I guess other times I've walked there it wasn't in bloom. They were from previous flowers? I just noticed the yellow buds on the plant above. In the past we have done our best to help but we aren't experts in this field and we really don't have much time available to reply to these queries. If the one on the left is a goat willow / pussy willow (I have repotted it) I would consider keeping it but not sure how large it has to be before the catkins. It can be quite long as it tangles around something, even itself. I haven't seen the flowers of spotted medick yet, only the initial rosette and some development of that. It has long been associated with the winter – its Latin classification, Galanthus nivalis, literally means ‘milk flower of the snow’. See more ideas about weed, weed identification, weed types. I found this ivy had rooted into a bag of crushed shells I had for mulching. Oxford ragwort? In my efforts to show the earliest seedlings I wanted to show this. I'm sure this was "recommended" by the RHS but they are now calling it a weed. with those white bulbs underground. Wall WeedsI've noticed recently how some weeds are so adept at seeding in a wall, which helps them be so annoying. It reminded me of my comparison of the ivies I have in my garden and the photo I took of all the leaves back in 2014 (above). (I also saw some brown dried spikes of horsetail on the South Downs in April 2018, see South Downs and Coast identification page), Horseweed (Conyza canadensis)tall annual weed with small white flowers, not all horseweed start with the rosette of leaves, I think it depends when they start growing, this one has been growing the last few weeks in this pot and never had that rosette of notched leaves, about 40 cm tall. Most of the year this looks like a weed but it does flower with "violet" flowers. Sometimes they get invasive and are pulled up as weeds. I saw this on the pavement down the road from me by the Sainsbury's on Camden Road. Identifying wildflowers is a great way to learn more about nature, especially when hiking, camping, or even gardening in your backyard. Great Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)this is a biennial, here is the young plant, year one. I did see it on Hayling Island (see Identification - South Coast). 23-8-2017, mid-April 2019 in the disused walled east London cemetary I visit occasionally, Oxford ragwort has those distinctive black bits, back in mid-February I saw this local to me, I thought it looked similar to groundsel but a bit different, by mid-April, in bloom and identifiable as Oxford ragwort with those distinctive black bits. Month before in April. I saw this garden escapee on Hampstead Rd, northwest London, end of April 2019. although the willowherb flowers are usually pink, I found this one that's purple the other day, tiny early short-fruited willow herb seedling which appeared end of Feb/ beginning of March, Broad-leaved willowherb, by the time I noticed this it's grown multiple stems. This is also on my Plant Identification page but it also behaves very weed-like, eg self-seeding and being a thug and difficult to remove. Of course, at the top is ivy. In flower May to July,  long bare stems rising above base rosette of toothed leaves, multiple branching flower stems from the top part of the stems. *=Multiple images on detail page: Search Our Database: Enter any portion of the Scientific, Common Name, or both. I saw a lot of hedge mustard yesterday (21-4-2017) off a main road and wanted to show some more details of it. This is my first year of these self-seeding. This was briefly in my Unknowns but thanks again to my Illustrated Book of Wildflowers (yes, a book, still a great resource) I was able to identify this. Cockspur / Barnyard Grass (Echinochloa crus-galli). Weeds are wild plants in the wrong place. I thought it was just Clover! Very few wildflowers are listed, and when they are, it is important to distinguish between the ones listed as "noxious weeds", and the ones actually "prohibited." Think this is goat's-beard. B ritain has many beautiful wild flowers. types of ivy leaves I have in my garden, I guess there was lots of ivy there when I moved here. Verbascum flower, year twoThis is one of those "weeds" that has self-seeded in the garden. I saw this one at Spitalfields Farm (East London) the other day. Things I really don't want, such as dock, I dig up. I've also dicovered Wall Lettuce and Hedge Mustard recently and of course, there's still the odd smooth sow thistle, nipplewort and coltsfoot, all with yellow flowers. About Tom | Green University®, LLC Difficult to pull out. Certainly lots of it, at all stages, mostly fluffy spent flowerheads but also buds and flowers. I can't remember how easy or difficult this one was to pull up. Gallant Soldier (Galinsoga parviflora Cav.). I hope this photograph shows it clearly enough for identification, the leaves at the bottom are amongst a teasel. Want to learn to identify 45,000 plants today?Be sure to read my on-line articleLearning to Identify Plants by FamiliesParticipate in an On-Line ClassFrank Cook Memorial 1963 - 2009, Plant Identification Resources Books Recommended by Tom, Wild Edible PlantsResources for the Wild Food Enthusiast, Special Feature Botanizing New ZealandSix Pages and 130 Photos from Down Under, NEW! I went back a week later to examine it further but it had been mown, sadly. Identify common weeds. I took the first set of photos August 2010 and have been adding to them on and off ever since. 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