: Acknowledgements



Plants are named according to Stace, C.A. (2019) New flora of the British Isles 4th Edn., C&M Floristics. Information on plant distribution is taken from Stace and from BSBI records ( Other information is taken from a variety of other sources including: Poland, J. and Clement, E. (2009) The vegetative key to the British flora, BSBI.; Rose, F. (2006) The wild flower key, Frederick Warne & Co.; Rose, F. (1989) Colour identification guide to the Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of the British Isles and north-western Europe, Viking, London; Fitter, R., Fitter, A. and Blamey, M. (1986) The wild flowers of Britain and Europe (4th edn.), Collins, London; P. Sell & G. Murrell (1996-2018) Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, CUP, Cambridge.


Detailed maps of plant distribution can be found at


Credits for specific photos:

All photos Copyright © Lyn Jones or Amanda Jones with the following exceptions:

Ambrosia artemisiifolia - Peter Buckley
Arctium lappa - Colin Hutchinson
Artemisia campestris - Roger Horton
Bartsia alpina (flower)- Enrico Blastuto, Wikimedia Commons
Bromopsis ramosa - F. Rose
Bunium bulbocastanum - Roger Horton
Cardamine hirsutum - one image from Colin Hutchinson
Carex norvegica (pic 2) - Theo Loizou
Centaurea jacea and C. nigra 5 - Colin Hutchinson
Cotula alpina - Hazel Mitford
Diplotaxis erucoides - Colin Hutchinson
Filipendula vulgaris - Wikimedia (Magnus Manske)
Helleborus viridis - Roger Horton
Hottonia palustris - Wikimedia; Colin Hutchinson
Hypopitys - James Kirby
Luronium - Robbie Blackhall-Miles
Malva alcea - Colin Hutchinson
Pimpinella major - Colin Hutchinson
Sagittaria - Mike Ogden and Algirdas at Lithuanian Language Wikipedia
Sison amomum - (pics 1, 2 & 3) Chris Jones
Sonchus palustris - Colin Hutchinson
Stachys alpina - Chris Jones
Stellaria aquatica - Richard Robinson
Subularia aquatica - photos from and bonnier-flora-electronica
Thelypteris palustris - Roger Horton
Thyselium palustre - Roger Horton
Trinia glauca - Richard Robinson
Valerianella locusta - one image from Colin Hutchinson
Wolffia - Christian Fischer - Wikimedia


I am grateful to the University of Dundee for support for the website.