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Some more alien, and less common native street and alleyway ‘weeds’ in Bexley

The hitherto rare Jersey Cudweed (Gnaphalium luteoalbum) continues to be found as a street ‘weed’ at new sites in Bexley, principally by Mike Robinson, who has recently found it in some roads near to Bexleyheath railway station. Elsewhere it has … Continue reading

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Second Bexley site for Musk Stork’s-bill, another location for Rue-leaved Saxifrage and photos of White Ramping Fumitory at Crossness

A second population of Musk Stork’s-bill (Erodium moschatum) has been found in Bexley, with 5 plants in the grass verge on the west side of Perry Street roundabout, and at least one other round the corner in Parkside Avenue. I … Continue reading

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Rue-leaved Saxifrage, new site record for a scarce London plant in Crayford, and Musk Stork`s-bill, possibly new to the Borough of Bexley

A small colony of Rue-leaved Saxifrage (Saxifraga tridactylites),  a small spring-flowering annual, was found by me in Crayford town centre on March 12th, growing between clumps of moss on a pad of concrete, and in bare ground in short grass, … Continue reading

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