Plant Conservation Alliance Lesser celandine
It's easy to understand why people want lesser celandine
in their gardens, why Wordsworth rhapsodized about it in no fewer than three poems, and why it even turns up in C.S.
One of the most under-rated, and often maligned, spring flowers - people even regard it as a weed - is the Lesser Celandine
Later, on a grassy bank by the River Alt, I paused to admire a stretch of lesser celandine
, positively radiating sunshine in a bright spell between the hail and snow.
usually flowers in the first week of March but I haven't seen any yet.
and cowslips are in bloom in Bristol, and red campion is flowering in south Devon.
JIM BRADY found lesser celandine
and forsythia blooming in Rufford, where jackdaws are particularly raucous at the moment.
The bracken will now take over, smothering the existing shade-loving wood anemones, lesser celandine
In the Formby dunes, Gary McLardy found a healthy group of earthstars, wild arum in leaf and a blooming lesser celandine
The woods, especially in spring and summer, are carpeted with wild flowers such as white wood anemones, yellow lesser celandine
, bluebells and daffodils, while the river is home to a variety of waterfowl, mallard ducks, coots and water hens, as well as gulls.
At Rufford, he admired a 20-yard stretch of snowdrops flowering under a yellow gorse hedge that sheltered blooming lesser celandine
At Lathom, he was treated to 22 marsh marigolds in flower with plenty of lesser celandine
- our most successful wild flower according to the Plantlife survey.