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Plant of the Week
Plant of the Week / Rob

Plant of the Week

Fritillaria meleagris:  Our native Snake’s head fritillaries are up at the moment.  It is one of our most beautiful and striking wild flowers notable for its graceful form and intricate patterning: delicate purple and pink mosaic lamps hang down from slender red tinted stems. Snakes head fritillaries are found from Southern England to the Northern Balkans … Continue reading

Plant of the Week
Plant of the Week / Rob

Plant of the Week

Robinson’s Wood Anemone: Anemone nemorosa ‘Robinsoniana’ This charming little flower is a form of our native wood anemone discovered by William Robinson growing in the grounds of the Oxford Botanic Garden.  Finely dissected, purple tinged foliage is barely discernible in the early stages of growth, especially amongst the grass where is mostly grows here at … Continue reading