Guernsey Donkey2 Posts: 6,713
Can you help us to put names to these plants, all are from seeds that were sown in our wild flower field. Suddenly there seems to have been a surge in growth probably due to the warm dry weather and now they are in shock as the temp has dropped. Thanks.This yellow/green plant below looks like some sort of euphorbiaThese leaves look similar to buttercup only bigger, but it isn't a buttercup.This looks like some type of clover, but each leaf has a black spot on it.
First purpley one after yellow one is is a dead nettle.
The next pinky one with the darker "lip" is fumitory.
The little white flower with the heart shaped seed pod is shepherds purse, sorry common name.
Gardening in Central Norfolk on improved gritty moraine over chalk ... free-draining.
4 Corn Marigold
5. Dead nettle.
8. Shepherds purse.
10. Meadow Foxtail
11. One of the Cranes bills
In the sticks near Peterborough