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I was walking my dog and found this plant can you tell me what you think it is please.
What do you think they are???
these are the seed heads of the Old Man's Beard - our only native species of Clematis, Clematis vitalba. Its a very frequent plant anywhere you have calcareous soils in lowland Britain growing in hedgeropws or as a liane in some woodlands.
Thanks, how when I see some I know what they are!!!
Thanks a bunch,
IS IT BLOSSOM??????/
No it is "ex-blossom". The seeds have a long tail with white hairs like this.
It looks like this when in flower.
Wow! Great pictures! So know when I got out walking and I see these plants I will now they are Celmatis Vitalba, and whether there have flowered yet or not.