Weasel's Snout

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Friday, 15 July 2011 16:34

I'm always pleased when I see a new plant and it's bigger  and more impressive than I expected. After work I popped into the edge of an arable field in the West Weald where I was told some Weasel's Snout was growing. Easy enough to find on the edge of a sandy flax field. Unlike the arable plants that grow on the Downs, you get a very different assemblage on sandy, more acidic ground. Another welcome addition to my list and a plant that I was quite taken with. It's got a ridiculous name to boot, word play in this instance seemed irrelevant.

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