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Plants

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Abies alba


Grand Fir - Abies grandis


Field Maple - Acer campestre


Norway Maple - Acer platanoides


Sycamore - Acer pseudoplatanus

The shady Sycamore walk of summer turns to a blaze of colour in the autumn.


Yarrow - Achillea millefolium


Sneezewort - Achillea ptarmica

Sneezewort can be seen around the reserve through July and August.


Fool's Parsley - Aethusa cynapium

First recorded on a survey in July and August 2015


Agrimony - Agrimonia eupatoria


Velvet Bent - Agrostis canina


Common Bent - Agrostis capillaris


Black Bent - Agrostis gigantea


Creeping Bent - Agrostis stolonifera


Brown Bent - Agrostis vinealis


Silver Hair-grass - Aira caryophyllea


Bugle - Ajuga reptans

Bugle was one of the many plants that medieval herbalists regarded as a cure-all. Apparently it cured wounds and stabs, ulcers and broken bones.


Hairless Lady's Mantle - Alchemilla glabra


Narrow-leaved Water-plantain - Alisma lanceolatum


Water-plantain - Alisma plantago-aquatica


Garlic Mustard - Alliaria petiolata

It is also known as Jack-by-the hedge. This flower is not often seen on the reserve.


Ramsons - Allium ursinum

Ramsons or Wild Garlic show their white heads through the Bluebells in the late spring.


Alder - Alnus glutinosa


Grey Alder - Alnus incana


Marsh Foxtail - Alopecurus geniculatus


Meadow Foxtail - Alopecurus pratensis


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