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Torilis arvensis Spreading hedge-parley.  Suffolk BAP Plan  http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/SpreadinghedgeParsley.pdf

Torilis arvensis Spreading hedge-parley. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/SpreadinghedgeParsley.pdf

Minuartia hybrida Fine-leaved sandwort

Minuartia hybrida Fine-leaved sandwort

Scandix pecten-veneris Shepherd’s needle.  Suffolk BAP Plan  http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/Shepherdsneedle.pdf

Scandix pecten-veneris Shepherd’s needle. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/Shepherdsneedle.pdf

Aceras anthropophorum Man orchid.  Suffolk BAP Plan  http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/ManOrchid.pdf

Aceras anthropophorum Man orchid. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/ManOrchid.pdf

Finding Purslane (and a recipe)  ~~~  an extremely nutritious wild food.  It is one of the highest sources of vegetable based omega-3 and contains an impressive list of vitamins omega-3 and contains an impressive list of vitamins and minerals in significant quantities. Vitamins A, E and C, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, +, +, +

Purslane - A very delicious ingredient in Wilderness Salads!

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Rock samphire (crithmum maritimum) has fleshy leaf spikes and knobbly greeny-yellow flowers and is commonly found growing in rock crevices. It was the plant whose perilous collection from the sea cliffs Shakespeare described as a "dreadful trade". It has long been used as a pickling vegetable and was once supplied in large quantities to London markets, where it's enjoying a revival as a wild delicacy. Zone 5-9

This plant, with the fleshy leaf spikes and knobbly greeny-yellow flowers growing in the crevice behind the sea campion in the foreground, was the one whose perilous collection from the sea cliffs Shakespeare described as a.

Silene gallica Small-flowered catchfly. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/Smallfloweredcatch.pdf

Silene gallica Small-flowered catchfly. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/Smallfloweredcatch.pdf

Ground Elder / Goutweed (Aegopodium podagaria)  NL: Zevenblad / F: L'égopode podagraire

Ground Elder / Goutweed (Aegopodium podagaria) NL: Zevenblad / F: L'égopode podagraire

Blysmus compressus Flat sedge

Blysmus compressus Flat sedge

Pulmonaria obscura Unspotted Lungwort.  Suffolk BAP Plan  http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/Unspottedlungwort2000.pdf

Pulmonaria obscura Unspotted Lungwort. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/Unspottedlungwort2000.pdf

Filago lutescsens Red-tipped Cudweed. Suffolk BAP Plan  http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/RedTippedCudweed2005.pdf

Filago lutescsens Red-tipped Cudweed. Suffolk BAP Plan http://www.suffolkbiodiversity.org/content/suffolkbiodiversity.org/PDFs/action-plans/RedTippedCudweed2005.pdf

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Conium maculatum - poison hemlock - leaves are fern-like - stinky when crushed - white-ish taproot - VERY POISONOUS!

This is the Common Hogweed, Heracleum sphondylium. http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Umbellifer122.jpg

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