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Translated and re-ordered list

Translated list of the old flora re-ordered (with extinct species incorporated) to fit in line with Stace 4.

  • (/) = I have it
  • () = I don't have it
  • (-) = I should be able to get it
  • (/-) = I have it but not from the Region or could do with a better one

  • Huperzia selago ssp. selago (Fir Clubmoss) 1884

  • Lycopodium clavatum (Stag's-horn Clubmoss) 1912
  • Ophioglossum vulgatum (Adder's-tongue) -
  • Botrychium lunaria (Moonwort)
  • Equisetum hyemale (Rough Horsetail) 1928
  • Equisetum ramosissimum (var. ramosissimum - Kew) (Branched Horsetail)
  • Equisetum variegatum (Variegated Horsetail) 1951
  • Equisetum fluviatile (Water Horsetail) /
  • Equisetum fluviatile x E. arvense = E. x litorale (Shore Horsetail) /
  • Equisetum arvense (Field Horsetail) /
  • Equisetum sylvaticum (Wood Horsetail)
  • Equisetum palustre (Marsh Horsetail)
  • Equisetum telmateia (Great Horsetail) /
  • Osmunda regalis (Royal Fern)
  • Trichomanes speciosum (Killarney Fern)
  • Pilularia globulifera (Pillwort) 1916
  • Azolla filiculoides (Water Fern)
  • Pteridium aquilinum ssp. aquilinum (Bracken) /
  • Adiantum capillus-veneris (Maidenhair Fern) /
  • Pteris cretica (Ribbon Fern) - ours is the cultivar ‘Wimsettii’ - first recorded from a house wall in Hurle Road, Clifton, Bristol in 1971 then in 1978 and 1979 by R.M.P and also by Rob Randall in 2006, on basement walls in Bath.
  • Gymnocarpium dryopteris (Oak Fern) 1839
  • Gymnocarpium robertianum (Limestone Fern) /
  • Cystopteris fragilis (ssp. fragilis - Stace, Kew) (Brittle Bladder-fern)
  • Asplenium scolopendrium (Stace) Phyllitis scolopendrium (NBN) (Hart's-tongue) /
  • Asplenium adiantum-nigrum (Black Spleenwort) /
  • Asplenium obovatum ssp. billotii (Stace) lanceolatum (NBN) (Lanceolate Spleenwort) -
  • Asplenium marinum (Sea Spleenwort)
  • Asplenium trichomanes ssp. quadrivalens (Maidenhair Spleenwort) /
  • Asplenium ruta-muraria (Wall-rue) /
  • Asplenium Ceterach (Stace) Ceterach officinarum (NBN) (Rustyback) /
  • Thelypteris palustris (Marsh Fern) 1915
  • Phegopteris connectilis (Beech Fern) 1977
  • Oreopteris limbosperma (Lemon-scented Fern) 1950
  • Athyrium filix-femina (Lady Fern) /
  • Blechnum spicant (Hard-fern)
  • Polystichum setiferum (Soft-shield Fern) /
  • Polystichum aculeatum (Hard-shield Fern) /
  • Dryopteris filix-mas (Male-fern) /
  • Dryopteris affinis (ssp. affinis (D. pseudomas - Kew), ssp. cambrensis (D. cambrensis - Kew ssp. cambrensis - Kew), ssp. borreri (D. borreri - Kew) - Stace) (Golden-scaled Male-fern) (Stace) (Scaly Male-fern) (NBN) /
  • Dryopteris submontana (Rigid Buckler-fern) 1866
  • Dryopteris carthusiana (Narrow Buckler-fern)
  • Dryopteris dilatata (Broad Buckler-fern) /
  • Polypodium vulgare (Common Polypody) /
  • Polypodium vulgare x P. interjectum = P. x mantoniae (Common x Intermediate Polypody)
  • Polypodium interjectum (Intermediate Polypody) /
  • Polypodium cambricum (Southern Polypody) /
  • Cedrus libani (Cedar-of-Lebanon) -
  • Pinus sylvestris (Scots Pine) /
  • Pinus nigra ssp. nigra (Austrian Pine)
  • Pinus nigra ssp. laricio (Corsican Pine)
  • Pinus radiata (Monterey Pine)
  • Picea sitchensis (Sitka Spruce)
  • Picea abies (Norway Spruce) -
  • Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas Fir)
  • Larix decidua (European Larch) /
  • Larix decidua x L. kaempferi = L. x marschlinsii (Hybrid Larch) - mistake in old flora (o instead of a) -
  • Larix kaempferi (Japanese Larch)
  • Larix laricina (American Larch) ? appears to not be in Stace
  • Tsuga heterophylla (Western Hemlock-spruce)
  • Araucaria araucana (Monkey-puzzle) -
  • Sequoia sempervirens (Coastal Redwood) /
  • Sequoiadendron giganteum (Wellingtonia) /
  • Thuja plicata (Western Red-cedar)
  • Cupressus lawsoniana (Stace) Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (NBN) (Lawson's Cypress)
  • Cupressus pisifera (Stace) Chamaecyparis pisifera (NBN) (Sawara Cypress)
  • Juniperus communis (ssp. communis - Stace, NBN) (Common Juniper - extinct as a native) /-
  • Taxus baccata (Yew) /
  • Nymphaea alba ssp. alba (White Water-lily) /
  • Nuphar lutea (Yellow Water-lily) /
  • Laurus nobilis (Bay) -
  • Ceratophyllum demersum (var. demersum - Stace, NBN, Kew, GBIF) (Rigid Hornwort) /
  • Ceratophyllum submersum (Soft Hornwort)
  • Papaver setiferum (Stace) Papaver pseudoorientale (NBN) (Oriental Poppy) /
  • Papaver atlanticum (ssp. atlanticum - Kew) (Atlas Poppy) /
  • Papaver somniferum (ssp. somniferum - Stace) (Opium Poppy) /
  • Papaver rhoeas (Corn Poppy - Stace) (Common Poppy - NBN) /
  • Papaver dubium (Stace) Papaver dubium ssp. dubium (NBN) (Long-headed Poppy) /
  • Papaver lecoqii (Stace) Papaver dubium ssp. lecoqii (NBN) (Yellow-juiced Poppy) /
  • Papaver cambricum (Stace) Meconopsis cambrica (NBN) (Welsh Poppy) /
  • Roemeria hybrida (Violet Horned-poppy) 1956
  • Roemeria hispida (Stace) Papaver hybridum (NBN) (Rough Poppy) 1926
  • Roemeria argemone (Stace) Papaver argemone (NBN) (Prickly Poppy) 1968
  • Glaucium flavum (Yellow Horned-poppy) 1982
  • Glaucium corniculatum (Red Horned-poppy) 1911
  • Glaucium grandiflorum (ssp. grandiflorum - Kew) (Great-flowered Horned-poppy - Wikipedia) 1936
  • Chelidonium majus (ssp. majus - Kew) (Greater Celandine) /
  • Hypecoum procumbens (ssp. procumbens - Kew) (Procumbent Hypecoum - GBIF, Sickle-fruited Hypecoum - MaltaWildPlants.com) (1907)
  • Eschscholzia californica (ssp. californica - Kew, GBIF) (Californian Poppy) /
  • Corydalis solida (ssp. solida - Kew, GBIF) (Bird-in-a-bush) 1910
  • Pseudofumaria lutea (Yellow Corydalis) /
  • Ceratocapnos claviculata (Climbing Corydalis)
  • Fumaria capreolata ssp. babingtonii (White Ramping-fumitory) (Ramping Fumitory - NBN) /
  • Fumaria bastardii Boreau (var. bastardii - NBN, Fumitories of Britain and Ireland) (Tall Ramping-fumitory)
  • Fumaria reuteri (ssp. martinii - Stace) (Martin's Ramping-fumitory) 1920
  • Fumaria muralis ssp. boraei (Boreau's Ramping-fumitory - NBN) (Common Ramping-fumitory)
  • Fumaria pupurea (Purple Ramping-fumitory) 1902?
  • Fumaria officinalis ssp. officinalis (Common Fumitory) /
  • Fumaria officinalis ssp. wirtgenii /
  • Fumaria densiflora (Dense-flowered Fumitory)
  • Berberis vulgaris (Barberry)
  • Berberis aggregata x B. wilsoniae (= B. x rubrostilla - Stace) (Carmine Barberry - Stace)
  • Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon-grape) -
  • Epimedium alpinum (Barrenwort - Stace, Barren-wort - old flora) 1850 /-
  • Caltha palustris (var. palustris - Stace, Kew) (Marsh Marigold) /
  • Helleborus foetidus (Stinking Hellebore) /
  • Helleborus argutifolius (Corsican Hellebore) /
  • Helleborus viridis ssp. occidentalis (Green Hellebore) -
  • Helleborus orientalis (Lenten-rose) /
  • Eranthis hyemalis (Winter Aconite) /
  • Nigella damascena (Love-in-a-mist) /
  • Aconitum napellus (Monk's-hood) /-
  • Consolida ajacis (Larkspur)
  • Anemone nemorosa (Wood Anemone) /
  • Anemone ranunculoides (Yellow Anemone)
  • Anemone apennina (Blue Anemone) /
  • Anemone hupehensis x A. vitifolia = A. x hybrida (Japanese Anemone) /
  • Pulsatilla vulgaris (Pasqueflower) 1740 -
  • Clematis vitalba (Traveller's-joy) /
  • Clematis flammula (Virgin's-bower) 1936
  • Ranunculus acris (ssp. acris - Stace) (Meadow Buttercup) /
  • Ranunculus repens (Creeping Buttercup) /
  • Ranunculus bulbosus (ssp. bulbosus - Stace, Kew, GBIF var. bulbosus - Stace) (Bulbous Buttercup) /
  • Ranunculus sardous (Hairy Buttercup)
  • Ranunculus muricatus (Rough-fruited Buttercup) 1897
  • Ranunculus parviflorus (Small-flowered Buttercup)
  • Ranunculus arvensis (Corn Buttercup)
  • Ranunculus auricomus (Goldilocks Buttercup) /
  • Ranunculus trilobus (Three-lobe Buttercup - Wikipedia) 1915
  • Ranunculus sceleratus (Celery-leaved Buttercup) /
  • Ranunculus lingua (Greater Spearwort) /
  • Ranunculus flammula (ssp. flammula - Stace, NBN) (Lesser Spearwort) -
  • Ranunculus ophioglossifolius (Adder's-tongue Spearwort) -
  • Ranunculus hederaceus (Ivy-leaved Crowfoot)
  • Ranunculus baudotii (Brackish Water-crowfoot)
  • Ranunculus trichophyllus (Thread-leaved Water-crowfoot)
  • Ranunculus aquatilis (Common Water-crowfoot) /
  • Ranunculus peltatus (Pond Water-crowfoot)
  • Ranunculus penicillatus (ssp. pseudofluitans - Stace, NBN) R. fluitans × R. peltatus = R. × pseudofluitans (Syme) (Kew) (Stream Water-crowfoot) /
  • Ranunculus fluitans (River Water-crowfoot) 1917
  • Ranunculus circinatus (Fan-leaved Water-crowfoot)
  • Ficaria verna (Stace & NBN) (ssp. fertilis, ssp. verna - Stace & NBN) Ranunculus ficaria (old name) (Lesser Celandine) /
  • Myosurus minimus (Mousetail) 1911
  • Adonis annua (ssp. annua - Kew, GBIF) (Pheasant's-eye) 1938
  • Adonis aestivalis (ssp. aestivalis - Kew, GBIF) (Summer Pheasant's-eye) 1907
  • Aquilegia vulgaris (Columbine) /
  • Thalictrum aquilegiifolium (French Meadow-rue) /
  • Thalictrum flavum (Common Meadow-rue) /
  • Thalictrum minus (Lesser Meadow-rue) /
  • Platanus x hispanica (? Platanus occidentalis x P. orientalis - Stace) (London Plane) /
  • Buxus sempervirens (Box) /
  • Buxus balearica (Balearic Box)
  • Paeonia mascula (Peony)
  • Paeonia officinalis (Garden Peony)
  • Ribes rubrum (Red Currant) /
  • Ribes nigrum (Black Currant) -
  • Ribes sanguineum (Flowering Currant) /
  • Ribes uva-crispa (Gooseberry) /
  • Saxifraga cymbalaria (var. huetiana - Stace) (Celandine Saxifrage)
  • Saxifraga umbrosa x S. spathularis = S. x urbium (Londonpride) -
  • Saxifraga hirsuta (Kidney Saxifrage)
  • Saxifraga granulata (Meadow Saxifrage) -
  • Saxifraga tridactylites (Rue-leaved Saxifrage) /
  • Chrysosplenium oppositifolium (Opposite-leaved Golden-saxifrage) /
  • Chrysosplenium alternifolium (Alternate-leaved Golden-saxifrage) -
  • Tellima grandiflora (Fringecups) /
  • Crassula helmsii (New Zealand Pigmyweed) /
  • Umbilicus rupestris (Navelwort) /
  • Sempervivum tectorum (House-leek) 1912
  • Sedum acre (Biting Stonecrop) /
  • Sedum sexangulare (Tasteless Stonecrop) /
  • Sedum album (ssp. album - Stace, NBN - probably not worth being at ssp. level - Stace) (White Stonecrop) /
  • Sedum anglicum (English Stonecrop) 1968 /
  • Sedum dasyphyllum (Thick-leaved Stonecrop)
  • Phedimus spurius (Stace) Sedum spurium (NBN) (Caucasian-stonecrop) /
  • Phedimus stoloniferous (Stace) Sedum stoloniferum (Lesser Caucasian-stonecrop)
  • Phedimus stellatus (Stace, Kew) Sedum stellatum (NBN) (Starry Stonecrop) 1912
  • Hylotelephium spectabile (Stace) Sedum spectabile (NBN) (Butterfly Stonecrop) /
  • Hylotelephium telephium (Stace) ssp. fabaria (Stace, NBN) (Narrow-leaved Orpine - NBN) Sedum telephium (NBN) (Orpine) -
  • Petrosedum rupestre (Stace) Sedum rupestre (NBN) (Reflexed Stonecrop) /
  • Petrosedum forsterianum (Stace) Sedum forsterianum (Rock Stonecrop) -
  • Myriophyllum verticillatum (Whorled Water-millfoil) -
  • Myriophyllum aquaticum (Parrot's-feather) /
  • Myriophyllum spicatum (Spiked Water-millfoil) /
  • Myriophyllum alterniflorum (Alternate Water-millfoil) -
  • Vitis vinifera (Grape-vine) -
  • Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Viginia-creeper) /
  • Parthenocissus inserta (False Virginia-creeper)
  • Parthenocissus tricuspidata (Boston-ivy) /
  • Robinia pseudoacacia (False-acacia) /
  • Glycine max (Soyabean)
  • Galega officinalis (Goat's-rue) -
  • Colutea arborescens (Bladder-senna)
  • Astragalus danicus (Purple Milk-vetch) 1888 - apparently exists just within the region's boarder at Brown's Folly (NBN - 31st October 1989)
  • Astragalus glycyphyllos (Wild Liquorice) -
  • Astragalus odoratus (Lesser Milk-vetch) 1963
  • Onobrychis viciifolia (Sainfoin) /
  • Anthyllis vulneraria (ssp. vulneraria var. vulneraria - Stace, NBN) (Kidney Vetch) /
  • Lotus tenuis (Stace, NBN) glaber (old name) (Narrow-leaved Bird's-foot Trefoil) -
  • Lotus corniculatus (var. corniculatus - NBN) (Common Bird's-foot Trefoil) /
  • Lotus corniculatus var. sativus /
  • Lotus pedunculatus (ssp. pedunculatus - Kew) (Greater Bird's-foot Trefoil) /
  • Lotus maritimus (Stace) Tetragonolobus maritimus (NBN) (Dragon's-teeth)
  • Ornithopus compressus (Yellow Serradella) 1904
  • Ornithopus sativus (Serradella) 1909
  • Ornithopus perpusillus (Bird's-foot) /
  • Coronilla scorpioides (Annual Scorpion-vetch) 1978
  • Hippocrepis comosa (Horseshoe Vetch) /
  • Securigera varia (Crown Vetch)
  • Vicia cracca (Tufted Vetch) /
  • Vicia tenuifolia (Fine-leaved Vetch)
  • Vicia villosa (Fodder Vetch) -
  • Vicia narbonensis (Narbonne Vetch) 1972
  • Vicia lutea (Yellow-vetch) 1941
  • Vicia pannonica (ssp. pannonica? - Stace, NBN) (Hungarian Vetch) 1978
  • Vicia hybrida (Hairy Yellow-vetch) 1919
  • Vicia lathyroides (Spring Vetch) -
  • Vicia sativa ssp. nigra (Common Vetch) -
  • Vicia sativa ssp. segetalis (Common Vetch) /
  • Vicia sativa ssp. sativa (Common Vetch)
  • Vicia sepium (Bush Vetch) /
  • Vicia faba (Broad Bean) -
  • Vicia bithynica (Bithynian Vetch) -
  • Vicia orobus (Wood Bitter-vetch) 1859
  • Ervilia sylvatica (Stace) (var. sylvatica? - NBN) Vicia sylvatica (NBN) (Wood Vetch) -
  • Ervilia hirsuta (Stace) Vicia hirsuta (NBN) (Hairy Tare) /
  • Ervum gracile (Stace) Vicia parviflora (NBN) (Slender Tare)
  • Ervum tetraspermum (Stace) Vicia tetrasperma (NBN) (Smooth Tare) /
  • Lathyrus linifolius (var. montanus - Stace, var. tenuifolius? - NBN) (Bitter-vetch) -
  • Lathyrus pratensis (Meadow Vetchling) /
  • Lathyrus aphaca (Yellow Vetchling)
  • Lathyrus ochrus (Winged Vetchling) 1922
  • Lathyrus sylvestris (Narrow-leaved Everlasting Pea) /
  • Lathyrus grandiflorus (Two-flowered Everlasting Pea) /
  • Lathyrus latifolius (Broad-leaved Everlasting Pea) /
  • Lathyrus tuberosus (Tuberous Pea)
  • Lathyrus annuus (Fodder Pea) 1913
  • Lathyrus hirsutus (Hairy Vetchling) 1940
  • Lathyrus sativus (Indian Pea) 1913
  • Lathyrus cicera (Red Vetchling) 1922
  • Lathyrus inconspicus (Inconspicuous Vetchling?, Inconspicuous Pea - GBIF, Wikipedia, Solitary-Flowered Pea - Pl@ntNet) 1940
  • Lathyrus nissolia (Grass Vetchling) /
  • Lathyrus oleraceus (Stace, Kew) (var. oleraceus and var. arvense (Field Pea - NBN) - Stace) Pisum sativum (NBN) (var. sativum and var. arvense (Field Pea - NBN) - NBN) (Garden Pea) 1979
  • Ononis repens (ssp. repens - NBN) (Ononis spinosa ssp. procurrens - Kew) (Common Restharrow) /
  • Ononis spinosa (Ononis spinosa ssp. spinosa - Kew) (Spiny Restharrow) /
  • Melilotus altissimus (Tall Melilot) /
  • Melilotus albus (White Melilot) -
  • Melilotus officinalis (Ribbed Melilot) /
  • Melilotus indicus (Small Melilot)
  • Melilotus sulcatus (Furrowed Melilot) 1930
  • Trigonella caelesyriaca (Syrian Fenugreek - Flora of Israel and adjacent areas) 1930
  • Trigonella procumbens (Trailing Fenugreek - GBIF) 1932
  • Trigonella caerulea (Blue Fenugreek) 1978
  • Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) 1921
  • Medicago monspeliaca (Kew, EDIT) Trigonella monspeliaca (NBN) (Hairy Medick - Wikipedia, GBIF, Star-fruited Fenugreek - NBN) 1922
  • Medicago lupulina (Black Medick) /
  • Medicago sativa ssp. falcata (Sickle Medick) -
  • Medicago sativa ssp. sativa (Lucerne) /
  • Medicago truncatula (Strong-spined Medick)
  • Medicago laciniata (Tattered Medick) 1897
  • Medicago minima (Bur Medick) 1941
  • Medicago doliata (NBN, Kew, EDIT) Medicago aculeata (old name) (Straight-spined Medick - MaltaWildPlants.com, Keg Medic - GBIF, Mourned Medick?) 1907
  • Medicago scutellata (Snail Medick) 1897
  • Medicago orbicularis (Button Medick - Stace, NBN, Blackdisk Medick - GBIF, Wikipedia, Button Clover, Round-fruited Medick - Wikipedia) 1904
  • Medicago polymorpha (Toothed Medick) -
  • Medicago arabica (Spotted Medick) /
  • Medicago arborea (Tree Medick) /
  • Trifolium ornithopodioides (Bird's-foot Clover) -
  • Trifolium repens (White Clover) /
  • Trifolium nigrescens (ssp. nigrescens? - Kew) (Small White Clover - GBIF, Wikipedia) 1916 - sect. Lotoidea
  • Trifolium hybridum (ssp. hybridum? - Stace, NBN) (Alsike Clover) /
  • Trifolium angulatum (Angled Clover - GBIF) 1918 - sect. Lotoidea
  • Trifolium glomeratum (Clustered Clover) -
  • Trifolium suffocatum (Suffocated Clover) -
  • Trifolium spumosum (Mediterranean Clover - GBIF) 1907 (found in 1982 by Clive Lovatt on the roof of the protective gallery above the Portway under the Clifton Suspension Bridge - BNS Feb 2020) - sect. Vesicaria (leaf-teeth without glands - yes, calyx with network of veins - yes) [sect. Paramesus (leaf-teeth with glands - no, calyx with 10 veins - no]
  • Trifolium fragiferum (ssp. fragiferum - Stace, NBN) (Strawberry Clover) -
  • Trifolium resupinatum (Reversed Clover) 1928 /
  • Trifolium tomentosum (Woolly Clover) -
  • Trifolium campestre (Hop Trefoil) /
  • Trifolium dubium (Lesser Trefoil) /
  • Trifolium micranthum (Slender Trefoil) -
  • Trifolium pratense (ssp. pratense (Kew) var. pratense and var. sativum? (Cultivated as green manure / fodder - will occur) - Stace) (Red Clover) /
  • Trifolium medium (Zigzag Clover) /-
  • Trifolium vesiculosum (Arrowleaf Clover - First Nature, GBIF) 1914 - sect. Trifolium
  • Trifolium ochroleucon (Sulphur Clover) 1897
  • Trifolium stellatum (Stary Clover) 1791
  • Trifolium incarnatum ssp. incarnatum (Crimson Clover) /
  • Trifolium striatum (Knotted Clover) -
  • Trifolium scabrum (Rough Clover) /
  • Trifolium cherleri (Southern Clover, Cherler's Clover, Cupped Clover - Pl@ntNet, Wikipedia) (1897) - sect. Trifolium
  • Trifolium diffusum (Diffuse Clover - GBIF) 1922 - sect. Trifolium
  • Trifolium lappaceum (var. lappaceum - Kew) (Bur Clover - Stace, NBN, GBIF, Burdock Clover - Wikipedia) 1978 - sect. Trifolium
  • Trifolium arvense (Hare's-foot Clover) /
  • Trifolium angustifolium (Narrow-leaved Clover - Stace, Narrow Clover - NBN, GBIF, Narrowleaf Crimson Clover - Wikipedia) 1918
  • Trifolium squamosum (Sea Clover) -
  • Trifolium alexandrinum (Egyptian Clover) 1897
  • Trifolium echinatum (Hedgehog Clover) 1930
  • Trifolium subterraneum (var. subterraneum - NBN) (Subterranean Clover) /
  • Lupinus arboreus (Tree Lupin)
  • Lupinus arboreus x L. polyphyllus (Stace) = L. x regalis (Ressell Lupin)
  • Lupinus angustifolius (Narrow-leaved Lupin)
  • Laburnum anagyroides (Laburnum) /
  • Cytisus scoparius ssp. scoparius (Broom) /
  • Spartium junceum (Spanish Broom) /
  • Genista tinctoria ssp. tinctoria (Dyer's Greenweed) /
  • Genista anglica (var. anglica - Stace, NBN) (Petty Whin)
  • Genista hispanica (ssp. occidentalis - Stace, NBN) (Spanish Gorse)
  • Ulex europaeus (Gorse) /
  • Ulex europaeus x Ulex gallii (NBN) (= U. x breoganii - Stace) (Common x Western Gorse) 1971
  • Ulex gallii (Western Gorse) -
  • Polygala vulgaris (ssp. vulgaris - Stace, NBN) (Common Milkwort) /
  • Polygala serpyllifolia (Heath Milkwort) -
  • Polygala calcarea (Chalk Milkwort) -
  • Sorbaria sorbifolia (Sorbaria) 1977
  • Spiraea salicifolia (Bridewort)
  • Spiraea alba x S. douglasii = S. x billardii (Billard's Bridewort)
  • Spiraea cantoniensis x S. trilobata = (Stace) S. x vanhouttei (Van Houtte's Spiraea) 1983
  • Kerria japonica (Kerria) /
  • Prunus persica (Peach) /
  • Prunus dulcis (Almond) -
  • Prunus cerasifera (var. pissardii - Stace, NBN and P. 'Nigra' - stace) (Cherry Plum) /
  • Prunus spinosa (Blackthorn) /
  • Prunus spinosa x P. domestica = P. x fruticans (Blackthorn x Plum)
  • Prunus domestica ssp. domestica (Plum) /
  • Prunus domestica ssp. insititia (Bullace / Damson) -
  • Prunus avium (Wild Cherry) /
  • Prunus cerasus (Dwarf Cherry)
  • Prunus mahaleb (St Lucie Cherry)
  • Prunus padus (planted as P. padus 'Watereri') (Bird Cherry) /
  • Prunus lusitanica (Portugal Laurel) /
  • Prunus laurocerasus (those with narrow leaves planted as P. laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken') (Cherry Laurel) /
  • Cydonia oblonga (Quince) /-
  • Chaenomeles speciosa (often cultivated as 'Geisha Girl', 'Nivalis', 'Moerloosei') (Chinese Quince) /
  • Pyrus pyraster (ssp. pyraster or ssp. achras? - Stace) (Wild Pear) -
  • Pyrus communis (Pear) -
  • Malus sylvestris (Crab Apple) /-
  • Malus domestica (Stace) Malus pumila (NBN) (Apple) /
  • Sorbus domestica (Service-tree / True Service-tree / Sorb-tree)
  • Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan / Mountain Ash) /
  • Sorbus aucuparia x S. aria = S. x thuringiaca (Bastard Service Tree / German Service-tree - Stace) /-
  • Sorbus intermedia (Swedish Whitebeam) /
  • Sorbus anglica (English Whitebeam) /-
  • Sorbus aria (planted in parks and gardens as S. aria 'Lutescens' (whitish-green early leaves), and S. aria 'Majestica' (with large leaves) (Common Whitebeam) /
  • Sorbus aria x S. torminalis = S. x decipiens (Stace) S. x tomentella (NBN) S. x vagensis (old name) (Wye Whitebeam / False Service-tree - Stace)
  • Sorbus eminens (Round-leaved Whitebeam) -
  • Sorbus porrigentiformis (Grey-leaved Whitebeam) /-
  • Sorbus wilmottiana (Wilmott's Whitebeam) /-
  • Sorbus graeca (Greek Whitebeam / Fan-leaved Service-tree)? - identification uncertain (check!)
  • Sorbus latifolia (Broad-leaved Whitebeam / Fontainbleau Whitebeam) -
  • Sorbus bristoliensis (Bristol Whitebeam) /
  • Sorbus croceocarpa (Orange Whitebeam / Orange-berried Whitebeam) -
  • Sorbus sellii (Stace) Sorbus decipiens (NBN) (Sharp-toothed Whitebeam / Sell's Whitebeam) -
  • Sorbus torminalis (Wild Service-tree / Chequers / Checker-tree) /
  • Photinia davidiana (Stranvaesia)
  • Cotoneaster frigidus (Tree Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster frigidus x C. salicifolius = C. x watereri (Waterer's Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster salicifolius (Willow-leaved Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster lacteus (Late Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster integrifolius (Entire-leaved Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster marginatus (Fringed Cotoneaster)
  • Cotoneaster prostratus (Procumbent Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster rotundifolius (Distichous Cotoneaster - Stace / Round-leaved Cotoneaster - NBN)
  • Cotoneaster simonsii (Himalayan Cotoneaster)
  • Cotoneaster divaricatus (Spreading Cotoneaster)
  • Cotoneaster hjelmqvistii (Hjelmqvist's Cotoneaster)
  • Cotoneaster horizontalis (Wall Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster mucronatus (Mucronate Cotoneaster) 1955
  • Cotoneaster bullatus (Hollyberry Cotoneaster) /-
  • Cotoneaster franchetii (Franchet's Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster vilmorinianus (Vilmorin's Cotoneaster)
  • Cotoneaster sternianus (Stern's Cotoneaster) /
  • Cotoneaster dielsianus (Diels' Cotoneaster) /
  • Pyracantha coccinea (Firethorn) /
  • Pyracantha coccinea x P. rogersiana (Firethorn x Asian Firethorn)
  • Mespilus germanica (Medlar) -
  • Mespilus germanica x Crataegus laevigata = (Stace) X Crataemespilus grandiflora (Medlar x Midland Hawthorn) 1964
  • Crataegus persimilis ('prunifolia' - Stace) (Broad-leaved Cockspurthorn / Plumleaf Hawthorn) /
  • Crataegus monogyna (ssp. nordica (native), ssp. azarella? (planted) - Stace) (Hawthorn) /
  • Crataegus monogyna x C. laevigata = C. x media (Hawthorn x Midland Hawthorn) /
  • Crataegus laevigata (Midland Hawthorn) -
  • Crataegus pentagyna (ssp. pentagyna? - Kew) (Small-flowered Black Hawthorn)
  • Filipendula vulgaris (Dropwort) /
  • Filipendula ulmaria (Meadowsweet) /
  • Rubus tricolor (Chinese Bramble) /
  • Rubus saxatilis (Stone Bramble) 1883 -
  • Rubus idaeus (ssp. idaeus - Kew) (Raspberry) /
  • Rubus idaeus x R. caesius = R. x pseudoidaeus (Raspberry x Dewberry) -
  • Rubus phoenicolasius (Japanese Wineberry, Hairy Bramble - GBIF)
  • Rubus spectabilis (Salmonberry) ?
  • Rubus loganobaccus (Stace, EDIT) Rubus idaeus x R. ursinus (Kew) vitifolius (old name) = R. × loganobaccus (Kew, GBIF) (Loganberry) -
  • Rubus fruiticosus agg. (Blackberry, Bramble - NBN) /
  • Rubus idaeus x R. fruticosus agg. ? (Raspberry x Bramble) (Name will become more specific)
  • Rubus bertramii (Bertram's Bramble - GBIF) 1981
  • Rubus divaricatus (Red-stemmed Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus polonicus (Kew) Rubus nessensis (NBN, GBIF, EDIT) (Ness Bramble - GBIF, Polish Bramble?) -
  • Rubus nobilissimus (Few-prickled Bramble - GBIF) 1981 /-
  • Rubus scissus (Red-fruited Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus sulcatus (Furrowed-stem Bramble - GBIF)
  • Rubus affinis (Kew, GBIF) Rubus vigorosus (NBN, EDIT) (Vigorous Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus adspersus (Red-leaved Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus albionis (Pink-flowered Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus errabundus (Shining-stemmed Bramble - BSBI, Wandering Bramble?) -
  • Rubus imbricatus (Imbricate-leaflet Bramble - GBIF, Imbricate-leaved Bramble?) -
  • Rubus laciniatus (NBN, GBIF, EDIT) Rubus nemoralis 'Laciniatus' (Kew) (Parsley-leaved Bramble - NBN, Cut-Leaf Blackberry - GBIF) -
  • Rubus lindleianus (Rubus lindleyanus - Kew) (Lindley's Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus perdigitatus (Digitate-leaved Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus platyacanthus (Long-prickled Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus umbrosus (Kew, GBIF) Rubus pyramidalis (NBN, EDIT) (Pyramidal-flowered Bramble - BSBI, Shady Bramble?, Pyramidal Bramble?, Pyramidal Blackberry?) /-
  • Rubus sciocharis (Large-petalled Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus cardiophyllus (Round-fruited Bramble - GBIF, Heart-leaved Bramble?) /
  • Rubus cissburiensis (Cissbury Bramble?) /
  • Rubus cornubiensis (Cornish Bramble?) -
  • Rubus curvispinosus (Curved-spined Bramble?, Curved-prickled Bramble?)
  • Rubus diversiarmatus (Disarmed Bramble?, Diverse Bramble?, Diverse-armed Bramble?, Various Bramble?, Varied-stemmed Bramble?, Various-stemmed Bramble?) -
  • Rubus elegantispinosus (Railway Bramble - GBIF, Elegant-spined Bramble?, Elegant Spiny Bramble?) -
  • Rubus nemoralis (Boreal Bramble - GBIF, Northern Bramble?) /
  • Rubus pampinosus (Pompous Bramble?, Leafy Bramble?, Vine-leaved Bramble?, Vine-leaf Blackberry?) -
  • Rubus polyanthemus (Grey-felted Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus prolongatus (Southern Bramble - BSBI, Prolonged Bramble?) -
  • Rubus ramosus (Branched Bramble?)
  • Rubus rubritinctus (Red-stemmed Bramble?) /
  • Rubus subinermoides (Unarmed Bramble?) -
  • Rubus villicauliformis (Shaggy Bramble?, Shaggy-leaved Bramble?, Shaggy-stemmed Bramble?, Hairy-spined Bramble?) /
  • Rubus sprengelii (var. sprengelii - Kew) (Sprengel's Bramble - GBIF)
  • Rubus armeniacus (Himalayan Giant / Giant Blackberry - NBN, Himalaya Blackberry - GBIF) /
  • Rubus rossensis (Ross Bramble - BSBI, Rose-stemmed Bramble?, Pink-stemmed Bramble? Rose-coloured Bramble?) /
  • Rubus ulmifolius (Elmleaf Blackberry, Common Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus ulmifolius x R. vestitus / (Elmleaf x European Blackberry / Common x European Blackberry) /
  • Rubus winteri (Winter's Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus adscitus (Bright Green Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus bartonii (Barton's Bramble?) /
  • Rubus lanaticaulis (Woolly Bramble?, Woolly-stemmed Bramble?) -
  • Rubus longus (Long-leaved Bramble - BSBI, Long Bramble?) /
  • Rubus orbus (Round Bramble?, Round-stemmed Bramble?)
  • Rubus surrejanus (Surrey Bramble - BSBI, Upright Bramble?, Upright-prickled Bramble?) /
  • Rubus vestitus (Soft-haired Bramble - BSBI, European Blackberry - GBIF, Velvet-leaved Bramble?, Vested Bramble?) /
  • Rubus wirralensis (Wirral's Bramble?) /
  • Rubus bloxamii (Bloxam's Bramble?) /
  • Rubus botryeros (Striated-stem Bramble - BSBI, Clustered Bramble?)
  • Rubus echinatoides (Notched-petal Bramble - BSBI, False Echinate Bramble?, False Dense-spined Bramble?, False Dense-prickled Bramble, False Bristly-stemmed Bramble?) -
  • Rubus echinatus (Hedgehog Bramble - BSBI, Echinate Bramble NBN, Dense-spined Bramble?, Dense-prickled Bramble, Bristly-stemmed Bramble?) /
  • Rubus saltuum (Kew) Rubus flexuosus (NBN, GBIF, EDIT) (Flexuose Bramble - GBIF, Forest Bramble?)
  • Rubus fuscicaulis (Brown-stemmed Bramble?, Brown-haired Bramble?, Brown Hairy Bramble? Brown Hairy-stemmed Bramble?) /
  • Rubus insectifolius (Insect-leaved Bramble?, Slender-branched Bramble?) -
  • Rubus longithyrsiger (Long-stemmed Bramble?) /
  • Rubus radula (Hairy Bramble - NBN, Subulate-prickled Bramble - GBIF) /-
  • Rubus rudis (Purple-glandular Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus rufescens (Rufous Bramble - GBIF) /-
  • Rubus troiensis (Troi's Bramble?) /
  • Rubus coombensis (Combe Bramble?)
  • Rubus diversus (Diverse Bramble?, Diverse-leaved Bramble?, Variable Bramble?, Variable-leaved Bramble?) /
  • Rubus glareosus (Gravelly Bramble?) -
  • Rubus leightonii (Leighton's Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus melanodermis (Blackish-stemmed Bramble - BSBI, Black-stemmed Bramble?, Melanoderm Bramble?) -
  • Rubus micans (Anglosaxon Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus moylei (Moyle's Bramble?) /
  • Rubus percrispus (Undulate-leaved Bramble - BSBI, Crisp Bramble?, Crisp-leaved Bramble?) /
  • Rubus raduloides (Densely-hairy Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus erubescens (Kew, GBIF) Rubus trichodes (NBN) (Blushed Red-stemmed Bramble?, Red Blushed Bramble?, Blushed-stemmed Bramble?, Blushing Bramble?, Reddish-stemmed Bramble?) /
  • Rubus dentatifolius (Dentate-leaved Bramble?, Toothed-leaved Bramble?, Sharp Serrated Bramble?, Coarsely-toothed Bramble?) -
  • Rubus hibernicus (Irish Bramble?, Atlantic Bramble?) /-
  • Rubus leyanus (Ley's Bramble?) /
  • Rubus angusticuspis (Slender Bramble?, Narrow Bramble?, Elegant Bramble?) /
  • Rubus asperidens (Miles's Bramble - GBIF, Rough-stemmed Bramble?, Rough-prickled Bramble?) /
  • Rubus bercheriensis (Berkshire Bramble?, Bercherian Bramble?) -
  • Rubus dasyphyllus (Retrorse-toothed Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus hylocharis (Patent-pedicelled Bramble - BSBI) /
  • Rubus murrayi (Murray's Bramble - GBIF) -
  • Rubus scabripes (Rough-stemmed Bramble?, Scabrous Bramble?) /
  • Rubus thyrsigeriformis (Long-stemmed Bramble?) /
  • Rubus obscuriflorus (Few-flowered Bramble?, Obscure-flowered Bramble?, Small-flowered Bramble?) /
  • Rubus adenoleucus (Shining Red-stemmed Bramble?, Shiny Red-stemmed Bramble?, White-glanded Bramble?) -
  • Rubus bucknallii (Bucknall's Bramble?)
  • Rubus conjungens (Conjoined Bramble, Bank Bramble - BSBI) /
  • Rubus eboracensis (Yorkshire Bramble?, Eboracum Bramble?) /
  • Rubus halsteadensis (Halstead's Bramble?) -
  • Rubus pictorum (Painted Bramble?) /-
  • Rubus pruinosus (Pruinose Bramble - GBIF) /
  • Rubus horrefactus (Kew, GBIF) Rubus tuberculatus (NBN, EDIT) (Variable-leaved Bramble - GBIF, Tubercled Bramble, Railway Bramble) /
  • Rubus vagensis (Wandering Bramble?) /
  • Rubus caesius (Dewberry) /
  • Potentilla anserina (Silverweed) /
  • Potentilla indica (Stace) Duchesnea indica (Yellow-flowered Strawberry)
  • Potentilla argentea (Hoary Cinquefoil) 1941 /-
  • Potentilla recta (Sulphur Cinquefoil)
  • Potentilla norvegica (Ternate-leaved Cinquefoil) 1977
  • Potentilla verna (Stace, NBN) Potentilla tabernaemontani (old name) (Spring Cinquefoil) /
  • Potentilla erecta ssp. erecta (Tormentil) /
  • Potentilla anglica (Trailing Tormentil) -
  • Potentilla anglica x P. reptans = (Stace) P. x mixta (Hybrid Cinquefoil) /-
  • Potentilla reptans (Creeping Cinquefoil) /
  • Potentilla sterilis (Barren Strawberry) /
  • Comarum palustre (Stace) Potentilla palustris (NBN) (Marsh Cinquefoil) 1896
  • Fragaria vesca (Wild Strawberry) /
  • Fragaria moschata (Hautbois Strawberry) 1912
  • Fragaria ananassa (Stace) Fragaria x ananassa (Garden Strawberry) /-
  • Geum rivale (Water Avens) -
  • Geum rivale x G. urbanum = G. x intermedium (Hybrid Avens - NBN)
  • Geum urbanum (Wood Avens) /
  • Agrimonia eupatoria (Agrimony) /
  • Agrimonia procera (Fragrant Agrimony) -
  • Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet) -
  • Poterium sanguisorba ssp. Sanguisorba (Stace, NBN) Sanguisorba minor ssp. minor (old name) (Salad Burnet) /
  • Poterium sanguisorba ssp. balearicum (Stace) ssp. balearica (NBN) Sanguisorba minor ssp. muricata (old name) (Fodder Burnet) -
  • Acaena novae-zelandiae (Pirri-pirri-bur)
  • Alchemilla filicaulis ssp. vestita (Lady's-mantle / Hairy Lady's-mantle - Stace, NBN) /-
  • Alchemilla glabra (Smooth Lady's-mantle - Stace, NBN) 1837
  • Alchemilla mollis (Soft Lady's-mantle / Garden Lady's-mantle - NBN) /
  • Aphanes arvensis (Parsley-piert) /
  • Aphanes australis (Slender Parsley-piert) /
  • Rosa arvensis (Field-rose) /
  • Rosa arvensis x R. stylosa = R. x pseudorusticana (Field x Short-styled Field-rose)
  • Rosa arvensis x R. canina = R. x irregularis (Stace, NBN) verticillacantha (old name) (Field x Dog-rose)
  • Rosa rugosa (Japanese Rose) /
  • Rosa stylosa (Short-styled Field-rose) /
  • Rosa stylosa x R. canina = R. x andegavensis (Short-styled Field-rose x Dog-rose)
  • Rosa stylosa x R. vosagiaca (Stace) R. caesia ssp. vosagiaca (NBN) R. caesia ssp. glauca (old name) (Short-styled Field-rose x Glaucous Dog-rose)
  • Rosa stylosa x R. agrestis (= R. x belnensis - Stace) (Short-styled Field-rose x Small-leaved Sweet-briar)
  • Rosa canina (Dog-rose) /
  • Rosa canina x R. caesia = ?R. x subcollina (Stace) R. x dumalis (NBN) (Dog-rose x Northern Dog-rose)
  • Rosa canina x R. tomentella (Stace) R. obtusifolia (NBN) = R. x dumetorum (Dog-rose x Round-leaved Dog-rose)
  • Rosa vosagiaca (Stace) Rosa caesia ssp. glauca (ssp. vosagiaca) - NBN (Glaucous Dog-rose)
  • Rosa tomentosa (Harsh Downy-rose) -
  • Rosa rubiginosa (Sweet-briar) /
  • Rosa micrantha (Small-flowered Sweet-briar) -
  • Rosa agrestis (Small-leaved Sweet-briar)
  • Hippophae rhamnoides (Sea-buckthorn) /
  • Rhamnus cathartica (Buckthorn) /
  • Frangula alnus (Alder Buckthorn) /-
  • Ulmus glabra (Wych Elm) /
  • Ulmus x vegeta (Ulmus glabra x U. minor - Stace) (Huntingdon Elm)
  • Ulmus procera (English Elm) /
  • Ulmus minor (ssp. minor Small-leaved Elm ? - Stace & NBN)
  • Cannabis sativa (Hemp) /
  • Humulus lupulus (Hop) /
  • Ficus carica (Fig) /
  • Urtica diocia (ssp. dioica - Stace) (Common Nettle) /
  • Urtica pilulifera (Roman Nettle) 1856
  • Urtica urens (Small Nettle) /
  • Parietaria judaica (Pellitory-of-the-wall) /
  • Soleirolia soleirolii (Mind-your-own-business) /
  • Fagus sylvatica (Beech) /
  • Castanea sativa (Sweet Chestnut) /
  • Quercus cerris (Turkey Oak) /
  • Quercus cerris x Q. suber = Q. x crenata (Lucombe Oak) /
  • Quercus ilex (Holm Oak / Evergreen Oak) /
  • Quercus petraea (Sessile Oak) /
  • Quercus robur (Pendunculate Oak / English Oak) /
  • Quercus rubra (Red Oak) /
  • Juglans regia (Walnut) /
  • Pterocarya fraxinifolia (Caucasian Wingnut)
  • Betula pendula (Silver Birch) /
  • Betula pubescens ssp. pubescens (Downy Birch) /-
  • Alnus glutinosa (Alder) /
  • Alnus incana (Grey Alder) /
  • Alnus cordata (Italian Alder) /
  • Caprinus betulus (Hornbeam) /
  • Corylus avellana (Hazel) /
  • Bryonia dioica (White Bryony) /
  • Sicyos angulatus (Bur Cucumber) 1964
  • Ecballium elaterium (Squirting Cucumber) -
  • Cucumis melo (Melon) -
  • Citrullus lanatus (Water Melon) -
  • Cucurbita pepo (Marrow) -
  • Cucurbita maxima (Pumpkin) 1984 -
  • Euonymus europaeus (Spindle) /
  • Oxalis corniculata (Procumbent Yellow-sorrel) /
  • Oxalis exilis (Least Yellow-sorrel) /
  • Oxalis stricta (Upright Yellow-sorrel) -
  • Oxalis articulata (ssp. articulata - Stace) (Pink-sorrel) /
  • Oxalis acetosella (Wood-sorrel) /
  • Hypericum calycinum (Rose-of-Sharon) /
  • Hypericum androsaemum (Tutsan) /
  • Hypericum androsaemum x H. hircinum = (Stace, NBN) H. x indorum (Tall Tutsan) 1953 / - most if not all our plants are Hypericum androsaemum x H. hircinum ssp. majus = H. x indorum nothossp. elatum (Stace)
  • Hypericum hircinum (ssp. majus - Stace, NBN, Kew) (Stinking Tutsan) 1905 /
  • Hypericum perforatum (Perforate St John's-wort) /
  • Hypericum perforatum x H. maculatum = H. x desetangsii (Stace, NBN) (our H. maculatum is with ssp. obtusiusculum giving it the name) Hypericum perforatum x H. maculatum ssp. obtusiusculum = H. x desetangsii nothossp. desetangsii or Hypericum x desetangsii nothossp. desetangsii (Stace, NBN) (Des Etangs' St Johns-wort) 1982
  • Hypericum maculatum ssp. obtusiusculum (Imperforate St John's-wort) /-
  • Hypericum tetrapterum (Square-stalked St John's-wort) /
  • Hypericum humifusum (Trailing St John's-wort)
  • Hypericum pulchrum (Slender St John's-wort) /
  • Hypericum hirsutum (Hairy St John's-wort) /
  • Hypericum montanum (Pale St John's-wort) /
  • Hypericum elodes (Marsh St John's-wort)
  • Viola odorata (Sweet Violet) /
  • Viola hirta (ssp. hirta - NBN) (Hairy Violet) /
  • Viola riviniana (ssp. riviniana / var. riviniana (best treated) - Stace) (Common dog-violet) /
  • Viola riviniana x V. reichenbachiana = V. x bavarica (Common x Early Dog-violet) /-
  • Viola riviniana x V. canina = V. x intersita (Stace, NBN) (Common x Heath Dog-violet) 1914 - ours is with V. canina ssp. canina
  • Viola reichenbachiana (Early Dog-violet) /
  • Viola reichenbachiana x V. canina = V. x mixta (Stace, NBN) (Early x Heath Dog-violet) 1912 - ours is with V. canina ssp. canina
  • Viola canina ssp. canina (Heath Dog-violet / Heath Violet)
  • Viola lactea (Pale Dog-violet) 1944
  • Viola palustris ssp. palustris (Marsh Violet)
  • Viola tricolor ssp. tricolor (Wild Pansy) -
  • Viola tricolor x V. arvensis = V. x contempta (Stace, NBN) (Wild x Field Pansy) 1948
  • Viola tricolor x V. arvensis x ? V. altaica = V. x wittrockiana (Stace) Viola lutea x V. tricolor x V. altaica = V. x wittrockiana (NBN) (Garden Pansy) /
  • Viola arvensis (Field Pansy) /
  • Populus alba (White Poplar) /
  • Populus alba x P. tremula = P. x canescens (Grey Poplar) /
  • Populus tremula (Aspen) /-
  • Poplulus nigra ssp. betulifolia (Black-poplar) /
  • Populus nigra 'Italica' (Lombardy-poplar) /
  • Populus nigra x P. deltoides = P. x canadensis (Hybrid Black-poplar) /-
  • Populus deltoides x P. balsamifera = P. x jackii ('Gileadensis' - Stace) (Balm-of-Gilead)
  • Polulus trichocarpa (Western Balsam-poplar)
  • Salix pentandra (Bay Willow) 1963 / - recorded by myself at Badocks Wood
  • Salix euxina x S. alba = S. x fragilis (Stace, NBN) S. x rubens (old name) (Hybrid Crack-willow) 1984 / - recorded by myself (var. russelliana - Bedford Willow) - see below
  • Salix euxina x S. alba = S. x fragilis (Stace, NBN) Salix fragilis (old name) (Crack-willow) /
  • Salix euxina x S. alba = S. x fragilis var. russelliana (Stace) Salix fragilis var. russelliana (Bedford Willow) /
  • Salix euxina x S. alba = S. x fragilis var. furcata (Stace) Salix fragilis var. furcata
  • Salix euxina x S. alba = S. x fragilis var. fragilis (Stace) Salix fragilis var. fragilis
  • Salix alba (var. caerulea - Stace - Cricket-bat Willow, var. alba? - NBN) (White Willow) /-
  • Salix alba var. vitellina (Golden Willow) /
  • Salix alba x S. babylonica = S. x sepulcralis (nothovar. chrysocoma (with yellowish twigs definitely occurs, check for nothovar. sepulcralis - with brownish twigs - probably occurs) - Stace (NBN) (Weeping Willow) /
  • Salix triandra (Almond Willow)
  • Salix triandra x S. viminalis = S. x mollissima (var. - Stace) nothovar. (NBN) hippophaifolia - Stace, NBN (Sharp-stipuled Willow)
  • Salix triandra x S. viminalis = S. x mollissima (var. - Stace) nothovar. (NBN) undulata (Sharp-stipuled Willow)
  • Salix purpurea (ssp. purpurea - Stace) (Purple Willow) /
  • Salix purpurea x S. viminalis = S. x rubra (Green-leaved Willow)
  • Salix daphnoides (European Violet-willow)
  • Salix viminalis (Osier) /
  • Salix viminalis x S. caprea = S. x smithiana (Stace, NBN) S. x sericans (old name) (Broad-leaved Osier) /
  • Salix viminalis x S. caprea x S. cinerea = S. x calodendron (Holme Willow)
  • Salix viminalis x S. cinerea = S. x holosericea (Stace, NBN) S. x smithiana (old name) (Silky-leaved Osier)
  • Salix caprea ssp. caprea (Goat Willow) /
  • Salix caprea x S. cinerea = S. x reichardtii (Goat x Grey Willow)
  • Salix caprea x S. aurita = S. x capreola (Stace, NBN) (Goat x Eared Willow) 1958
  • Salix cinerea ssp. oleifolia (Grey Sallow / Grey Willow / Rusty Willow - NBN) /
  • Salix cinerea x S. aurita = S. x multinervis (Stace, NBN) (Grey x Eared Willow) 1921
  • Salix aurita (Eared Willow) 1931
  • Salix repens (var. repens and var. argentea - Stace, NBN) (Creeping Willow) 1984
  • Mercurialis perennis (Dog's Mercury) /
  • Mercurialis annua (Annual Mercury) /
  • Euphorbia dulcis (Sweet Spurge) 1947
  • Euphorbia villosa (Hairy Spurge) 1941
  • Euphorbia platyphyllos (Broad-leaved Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia stricta (Stace) serrulata (NBN) (Upright Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia helioscopia (Sun Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia lathyris (Caper Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia exigua (Dwarf Spurge) -
  • Euphorbia peplus (Petty Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia paralias (Sea Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia esula x E. waldsteinii = (Stace, NBN) Euphorbia x pseudovirgata (Twiggy Spurge)
  • Euphorbia cyparissias (Cypress Spurge)
  • Euphorbia amygdaloides ssp. amygdaloides (Wood Spurge) /
  • Euphorbia characias (ssp. veneta - Stace, NBN) ssp. wulfenii (old name) (Mediterranean Spurge) /
  • Linum bienne (Pale Flax) /
  • Linum usitatissimum (Flax) /
  • Linum catharticum (Fairy Flax) /
  • Geranium endressii (French Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium endressii x G. versicolor = G. x oxonianum (Druce's Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium versicolor (Pencilled Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium rotundifolium (Round-leaved Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium psilostemon (Armenian Crane's-bill) 1980 /
  • Geranium pratense (Meadow Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium sanguineum (var. sanguineum and var. striatum - Stace, NBN) (Bloody Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium columbinum (Long-stalked Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium dissectum (Cut-leaved Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium pyrenaicum (Hedgerow Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium pusillum (Small-flowered Crane's-bill) -
  • Geranium molle (var. molle - Stace, NBN) (Dove's-foot Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium lucidum (Shining Crane's-bill) /
  • Geranium robertianum (ssp. robertianum - Stace, NBN) (Herb-Robert) /
  • Geranium purpureum (ssp. purpureum - Stace) (Little-Robin) /
  • Geranium phaeum (var. phaeum - Stace, NBN) (Dusky Crane's-bill) -
  • Geranium reflexum (Reflexed Crane's-bill) 1929
  • Erodium maritimum (Sea Stork's-bill) /
  • Erodium moschatum (Musk Stork's-bill) /
  • Erodium circutarium (Common Stork's-bill) /
  • Punica granatum (Pomegranate) 1949
  • Lythrum salicaria (Purple-loosestrife) /
  • Lythrum junceum (False Grass-poly) 1979
  • Lythrum hyssopifolium (Grass-poly) 1971
  • Lythrum portula (ssp. portula? - NBN) (Water-purslane)
  • Epilobium hirsutum (Great Willowherb) /
  • Epilobium hirsutum x E. parviflora (= E. x subhirsutum - Stace, NBN) (Great x Hoary Willowherb) 1926
  • Epilobium hirsutum x E. montanum (= E. x erroneum - Stace, NBN) (Great x Broad-leaved Willowherb) 1893 /
  • Epilobium parviflorum (Hoary Willowherb) /
  • Epilobium parviflorum x E. montanum (= E. x limosum - Stace, NBN) (Hoary x Broad-leaved Willowherb) 1978 -
  • Epilobium parviflorum x E. obscurum (= E. x dacicum - Stace, NBN) (Hoary x Short-fruited Willowherb) 1961
  • Epilobium parviflorum x E. roseum (= E. x persicinum - Stace, NBN) (Hoary x Pale Willowherb) 1954
  • Epilobium parviflorum x E. ciliatum (= E. x floridulum - Stace, NBN) (Hoary x American Willowherb) 1961
  • Epilobium montanum (Broad-leaved Willowherb) /
  • Epilobium montanum x E. tetragonum (= E. x haussknechtianum - Stace, NBN) (Broad-leaved x Square-stalked Willowherb) 1912
  • Epilobium montanum x E. obscurum (= E. x aggregatum - Stace, NBN) (Broad-leaved x Short-fruited Willowherb) 1912
  • Epilobium montanum x E. roseum (= E. x heterocaule - Stace, = E. x mutabile - NBN) (Broad-leaved x Pale Willowherb) 1912
  • Epilobium montanum x E. ciliatum (= E. x interjectum - Stace, NBN) (Broad-leaved x American Willowherb) 1981
  • Epilobium lanceolatum (Spear-leaved Willowherb) -
  • Epilobium lanceolatum x E. tetragonum (= E. x fallacinum - Stace, NBN) (Spear-leaved x square-stalked Willowherb) 1912
  • Epilobium tetragonum (ssp. tetragonum - Stace) (Square-stalked Willowherb) /
  • Epilobium tetragonum x E. obscurum (= E. x semiobscurum - Stace, NBN) (Square-stalked x Short-fruited Willowherb) 1912
  • Epilobium obscurum (Short-fruited Willowherb) /-
  • Epilobium obscurum x E. ciliatum (= E. x vicinum - Stace, NBN) (Short-fruited x American Willowherb) 1961
  • Epilobium roseum (Pale Willowherb) -
  • Epilobium ciliatum (American Willowherb) /
  • Epilobium palustre (Marsh Willowherb) -
  • Chamerion angustifolium (Rosebay Willowherb) /
  • Zauschneria californica (Californian Fuchsia) /-
  • Oenothera glazioviana (Large-flowered Evening-primrose) /
  • Oenothera biennis (Common Evening-primrose) /
  • Oenothera cambrica (Small-flowered Evening-primrose) /
  • Oenothera stricta (Fragrant Evening-primrose) -
  • Fuchsia magellanica ('Riccartonii' / var. macrostema - Stace) (Fuchsia) /
  • Circaea lutetiana (Enchanter's-nightshade) /
  • Rhus typhina (Stag's-horn Sumach) /
  • Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse-chestnut) /
  • Aesculus carnea (Red Horse-chestnut) /
  • Acer platanoides (Norway Maple) /
  • Acer cappadocicum (Cappadocian Maple) /-
  • Acer campestre (var. campestre - Stace) (Field Maple) /
  • Acer pseudoplatanus (Sycamore) /
  • Ailanthus altissima (Tree-of-heaven) /
  • Anoda cristata (Spurred anoda NBN, Crested Anoda - Stace)
  • Sida spinosa (Prickly Mallow)
  • Malva moschata (Musk-mallow) /
  • Malva sylvestris (Common Mallow) / - Malva ambigua in extinct list is a synonym for this (see below)
  • Malva sylvestris (EDIT) var. sylvestris (Kew) Malva ambigua (Common Mallow - NBN) 1917
  • Malva nicaeensis (French Mallow) 1933
  • Malva parviflora (Least Mallow) /
  • Malva pusilla (Small Mallow) 1897
  • Malva neglecta (Dwarf Mallow) /
  • Malva verticillata (Chinese Mallow)
  • Malva setigera (Stace, NBN) Althaea hirsuta (Rough Marsh-mallow)
  • Malva arborea (Stace, NBN) Lavatera arborea (old name) (Tree Mallow) /
  • Malva olbia x M. thuringiaca = M. x clementii (Stace) Lavatera thuringiaca (NBN) (Garden Tree-mallow) /-
  • Malva punctata (Kew, EDIT) Lavatera punctata (NBN) (Spotted-stalked Tree-mallow) 1922
  • Althaea officinalis (Marsh-mallow) -
  • Alcea rosea (Hollyhock) /
  • Sidalcea oregana (which sspp.? - ssp. oregana?) (Oregon Checkerbloom - RHS, Oregon Checker-mallow - Wikipedia) 1979
  • Abutilon theophrasti (Velvetleaf)
  • Hibiscus trionum (Bladder Ketmia)
  • Tilia platyphyllos (Large-leaved Lime) /
  • Tilia platyphyllos x T. cordata = T. x europaea (Lime) /
  • Tilia cordata (Small-leaved Lime) /
  • Daphne mezereum (Mezereon - extinct as a native) 1941 -
  • Daphne laureola (Spurge-laurel) /
  • Tribulus terrestris (var. terrestris - Kew) (Small Caltrops) 1931
  • Helianthemum nummularium (Common Rock-rose) /
  • Helianthemum nummularium x H. apenninum = H. x sulphureum (Common x White Rock-rose)
  • Helianthemum apenninum (White Rock-rose) -
  • Tropaeolum majus (Nasturtium) /
  • Limnanthes douglasii (Meadow-foam, Poached-egg Plant) /
  • Reseda luteola (Weld) /
  • Reseda alba (White Mignonette) 1977 /
  • Reseda lutea (Wild Mignonette) /-
  • Reseda odorata (Garden Mignonette) 1936
  • Tarenaya hassleriana (Stace) Cleome houtteana (Kew) Cleome sesquiorgyalis (NBN) (Spiderflower) 1979
  • Erysimum cheiranthoides (Treacle-mustard) /
  • Erysimum hieracifolium (NBN, EDIT) Erysimum virgatum (Kew, GBIF) (Hawkweed-leaved Treacle-mustard - FLORA OF ICELAND, Tall Wallflower - New York Flora Atlas) 1842
  • Erysimum repandum (Spreading Treacle-mustard) 1928
  • Erysimum cheiri (Wallflower) /
  • Arabidopsis thaliana (Thale Cress) /
  • Camelina sativa (Gold-of-pleasure - Stace, NBN, German-sesame - GBIF)
  • Camelina alyssum (Gold-of-pleasure - GBIF, Flora of Northern Ireland) 1937
  • Camelina microcarpa (Lesser Gold-of-pleasure) 1984
  • Neslia paniculata (ssp. thracica & ssp. paniculata - Kew, NBN, GBIF) (Ball Mustard) 1932
  • Capsella bursa-pastoris (Shepherd's-purse) /
  • Barbarea vulgaris (Winter-cress) /
  • Barbarea stricta (Small-flowered Winter-cress)
  • Barbarea intermedia (Medium-flowered Winter-cress) /
  • Barbarea verna (American Winter-cress) /
  • Rorippa palustris (Marsh Yellow-cress) /-
  • Rorippa sylvestris (Creeping Yellow-cress)
  • Rorippa amphibia (Great Yellow-cress)
  • Rorippa austriaca (Austrian Yellow-cress) /
  • Nasturtium officinale (Stace) Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum (NBN) (Water-cress) /
  • Nasturtium officinale x N. microphyllum = N. x sterile (Stace) Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum x R. microphylla = R. x sterilis (NBN) (Hybrid Water-cress) 1981
  • Nasturtium microphyllum (Stace) Rorippa microphylla (NBN) (Narrow-fruited Water-cress) -
  • Armoracia rusticana (Horse-radish) /
  • Cardamine bulbifera (Coralroot)
  • Cardamine pratensis (Cuckooflower) /
  • Cardamine impatiens (Narrow-leaved Bitter-cress) -
  • Cardamine flexuosa (Wavy Bitter-cress) /
  • Cardamine hirsuta (Hairy Bitter-cress) /
  • Lepidium sativum (Garden Cress) -
  • Lepidium campestre (Field Pepperwort) /-
  • Lepidium heterophyllum (ssp. smithii - Stace) (Smith's Pepperwort)
  • Lepidium virginicum (Least Pepperwort) 1940
  • Lepidium bonariense (Argentine Pepperwort) 1922
  • Lepidium ruderale (Narrow-leaved Pepperwort)
  • Lepidium perfoliatum (Perfoliate Pepperwort) 1932
  • Lepidium latifolium (Dittander)
  • Lepidium draba ssp. draba (Hoary Cress) /
  • Lepidium draba ssp. chalepense
  • Lepidium coronopus (Stace, NBN) Coronopus squamatus (old name) (Swine-cress) /
  • Lepidium didymum (Stace, NBN) Coronopus didymus (old name) (Lesser Swine-cress) /
  • Lunaria annua (Honesty) /
  • Alyssum alyssoides (Small Alison) 1898
  • Alyssum hirsutum (Find common name! - Hairy alison?) 1897
  • Alyssum simplex (Find common name! - Simple Alison?, European Madwort - The AMERICAN SOUTHWEST, Alyssum - GBIF) 1907
  • Berteroa incana (Hoary Alison) 1915
  • Descurainia pinnata (which sspp.? - ssp. brachycarpon, ssp. pinnata?) (Tansy-mustard) 1922
  • Descurainia sophia (Flixweed)
  • Hornungia petraea (Hutchinsia) /-
  • Arabis caucasica (Garden Arabis) -
  • Arabis hirsuta (Hairy Rock-cress) /
  • Arabis scabra (Bristol Rock-cress) /
  • Aubrieta deltoidea (Aubretia) /
  • Drabella muralis (Stace) Draba muralis (Wall Whitlowgrass)
  • Draba aizoides (Yellow Whitlowgrass) 1912
  • Erophila verna (var. verna and var. praecox - Stace, NBN) (Common Whitlowgrass) /
  • Erophila glabrescens (Glabrous Whitlowgrass) /-
  • Conringia orientalis (Hare's-ear Mustard) 1932
  • Diplotaxis tenuifolia (Perennial Wall-rocket) /
  • Diplotaxis muralis (Annual Wall-rocket) /
  • Diplotaxis erucoides (White Wall-rocket) 1919 /
  • Brassica oleracea (var. capitata - Stace, NBN - probably all other vars. exist) (Cabbage) -
  • Brassica napus ssp. oleifera (Oil-seed Rape) /
  • Brassica rapa ssp. campestris (Wild Turnip)
  • Brassica tournefortii (Pale Cabbage) 1949
  • Brassica juncea (Chinese Mustard) /
  • Brassica elongata (Long-stalked Rape) 1929
  • Brassica nigra (Black Mustard) /
  • Sinapis arvensis (Charlock) /
  • Sinapis alba ssp. alba (White Mustard)
  • Eruca vesicaria (Garden Rocket) 1978 -
  • Erucastrum gallicum (Hairy Rocket)
  • Hirschfeldia incana (Hoary Mustard) /
  • Coincya monensis ssp. cheiranthos (Wallflower Cabbage)
  • Cakile maritima ssp. maritima (Stace) ssp. integrifolia (Sea Rocket) -
  • Rapistrum rugosum ssp. linnaeanum (Bastard Cabbage) /
  • Rapistrum perenne (Steppe Cabbage) 1923
  • Crambe maritima (Sea-kale) 1950
  • Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. raphanistrum (Wild Radish) /
  • Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. maritimus (Sea Radish) /
  • Raphanus sativus (Garden Radish)
  • Sisymbrium irio (London-rocket) 1930
  • Sisymbrium loeselii (False London-rocket)
  • Sisymbrium altissimum (Tall Rocket)
  • Sisymbrium orientale (Eastern Rocket) /
  • Sisymbrium officinale (Hedge Mustard) /
  • Sisymbrium polyceratium (Horned Mustard - Stace, Prostrate Hedge-mustard - NBN, Many-podded Hedge-mustard - old flora) 1922
  • Isatis tinctoria (Woad) 1906
  • Alliaria petiolata (Garlic Mustard) /
  • Pachyphragma macrophyllum (Stace) Thlaspi macrophyllum (NBN) (Caucasian Penny-cress) -
  • Thlaspi arvense (Field Penny-cress) /
  • Noccaea caerulescens (Stace) Thlaspi caerulescens (NBN) (Alpine Penny-cress)
  • Hesperis matronalis (Dame's-violet)
  • Bunias orientalis (Warty-cabbage)
  • Bunias erucago (Southern Warty-cabbage) 1940
  • Matthiola incana (Hoary Stock)
  • Lobularia maritima (Sweet Alison) /
  • Malcolmia maritima (Virginia Stock)
  • Strigosella africana (Kew, EDIT) Malcolmia africana (NBN) (African Stock) 1914
  • Cochlearia anglica (English Scurvygrass) /
  • Cochlearia anglica x C. officinalis = C. x hollandica (Stace, NBN) (English x Common Scurvygrass) 1984
  • Cochlearia officinalis ssp. officinalis (Common Scurvygrass)
  • Cochlearia officinalis x C. danica (Common x Danish Scurvygrass) 1982
  • Cochlearia danica (Danish Scurvygrass) /
  • Iberis sempervirens (Perennial Candytuft) /-
  • Iberis umbellata (Garden Candytuft) /
  • Thesium humifusum (Bastard-toadflax) 1933
  • Viscum album (Mistletoe) /
  • Tamarix gallica (Tamarisk) -
  • Limonium vulgare (Common Sea-lavender) /
  • Limonium procerum ssp. procerum (Stace) (Tall Sea-lavender - Stace) Limonium binervosum agg. (Rock Sea-lavender) - old name (check that all our plants refer to this) /
  • Armeria maritima ssp. maritima (Thrift) /-
  • Persicaria amphibia (Amphibious Bistort) /
  • Persicaria maculosa (Redshank) /
  • Persicaria lapathifolia (Pale Persicaria) /
  • Persicaria pensylvanica (Pinkweed)
  • Persicaria hydropiper (Water-pepper) /
  • Persicaria mitis (Tasteless Water-pepper)
  • Persicaria minor (Small Water-pepper) 1921
  • Koenigia polystachya (Stace) Persicaria wallichii (NBN) (Himalayan Knotweed)
  • Bistorta officinalis (Stace) Persicaria bistorta (NBN) (Common Bistort) /
  • Bistorta amplexicaulis (Stace) Persicaria amplexicaulis (NBN) (Red Bistort) /
  • Fagopyrum esculentum (Buckwheat) /
  • Fagopyrum tataricum (Green Buckwheat) 1932
  • Polygonum maritimum (Sea Knotgrass) 1856
  • Polygonum corrigioloides (find common name! - Corrigioloid Knotgrass?) 1926
  • Polygonum cognatum (Indian Knotgrass - Stace, NBN, Indian Knotweed - old flora) 1981
  • Polygonum oxyspermum (ssp. raii - Stace) (Ray's Knotgrass) -
  • Polygonum arenastrum (Equal-leaved Knotgrass) /
  • Polygonum aviculare (Knotgrass /
  • Polygonum rurivagum (Cornfield Knotgrass) -
  • Polygonum bellardii (Stace) Polygonum patulum (NBN) (Red-knotgrass) 1930
  • Polygonum arenarium ssp. pulchellum (Lesser Red-knotgrass) 1930
  • Fallopia baldschuanica (Russian-vine) /
  • Fallopia convolvulus (var. convolvulus - Stace, NBN) (Black-bindweed) /-
  • Fallopia dumetorum (Copse-bindweed) 1933? / - recorded in 2014 at Nailsea by Clive Lovatt and Liz McDonald
  • Reynoutria japonica (var. japonica - Stace) Fallopia japonica (NBN) (Japanese Knotweed) /
  • Reynoutria japonica x R. sachaliensis = R. x bohemica (Stace) Fallopia japonica x F. sachaliensis = F. x bohemica (NBN) (Bohemian Knotweed - Stace)
  • Reynoutria sachaliensis (Stace) Fallopia sachaliensis (NBN) (Giant Knotweed)
  • Rheum rhaponticum x R. palmatum = R. x rhabarbarum (Stace) R. x hybridum (NBN) (Rhubarb) -
  • Rumex acetosella ssp. acetosella (Sheep's Sorrel) /
  • Rumex scutatus (French Sorrel) 1958
  • Rumex acetosa ssp. acetosa (Common Sorrel) /
  • Rumex hydrolapathum (Water Dock) /
  • Rumex hydrolapathum x R. obtusifolius = R. x weberi (Stace, NBN) R. x lingulatus (old name) (Water x Broad-leaved Dock)
  • Rumex cristatus (Greek Dock)
  • Rumex cristatus x R. crispus = R. x dimidiatus (Greek x Curled Dock)
  • Rumex patientia (ssp. orientalis - Stace, NBN) (Patience Dock)
  • Rumex crispus ssp. crispus (Stace) (Curled Dock) /
  • Rumex crispus ssp. littoreus (Curled Dock) /
  • Rumex crispus ssp. uliginosus (Curled Dock)
  • Rumex crispus x R. sanguineus = R. x sagorskii (Curled x Wood Dock) /-
  • Rumex crispus x R. obtusifolius = R. x pratensis (Curled x Broad-leaved Dock) /-
  • Rumex conglomeratus (Clustered Dock) /
  • Rumex conglomeratus x R. sanguineus = R. x ruhmeri (Clustered x Wood Dock)
  • Rumex conglomeratus x R. obtusifolius = R. x abortivus (Clustered x Broad-leaved Dock)
  • Rumex sanguineus (var. viridis - Stace) (Wood Dock) /
  • Rumex sanguineus var. sanguineus (Wood Dock) /
  • Rumex sanguineus x R. obtusifolius = R. x dufftii (Wood x Broad-leaved Dock)
  • Rumex pulcher (ssp. pulcher - NBN, Stace) (Fiddle Dock) /-
  • Rumex pulcher ssp. divaricatus (Fiddle Dock) 1942
  • Rumex obtusifolius (var. obtusifolius - Stace, NBN) (Broad-leaved Dock) /
  • Rumex dentatus (ssp. halacsyi? - Stace, Kew) (Aegean Dock) 1928
  • Rumex palustris (Marsh Dock) 1941
  • Rumex maritimus (Golden Dock) -
  • Arenaria serpyllifolia ssp. serpyllifolia (Thyme-leaved Sandwort) / - ssp. lloydii has been recorded from Sand Point
  • Arenaria leptoclados (Stace) Arenaria serpyllifolia ssp. leptoclados (NBN) (Slender Sandwort) /
  • Moehringia trinervia (Three-nerved Sandwort) /
  • Honckenya peploides (Sea Sandwort) /
  • Sabulina tenuifolia (Stace) Minuartia hybrida (NBN) (Fine-leaved Sandwort)
  • Stellaria media (Common Chickweed) /
  • Stellaria pallida (Lesser Chickweed) /
  • Stellaria neglecta (Greater Chickweed) /
  • Stellaria holostea (Greater Stitchwort) /
  • Stellaria palustris (Marsh Stitchwort) 1948 / - re-found by myself at Lawrence Weston Moor
  • Stellaria graminea (Lesser Stitchwort) /
  • Stellaria alsine (Stace) Stellaria uliginosa (NBN) (Bog Stitchwort) -
  • Stellaria aquatica (Stace) Myosoton aquaticum (NBN) (Water Chickweed) /-
  • Cerastium arvense (Field Mouse-ear)
  • Cerastium tomentosum (Snow-in-summer) /
  • Cerastium fontanum (ssp. vulgare and ssp. holosteoides - Stace, NBN) (Common Mouse-ear) /
  • Cerastium glomeratum (Sticky Mouse-ear) /
  • Cerastium diffusum (Sea Mouse-ear)
  • Cerastium pumilum (Dwarf Mouse-ear) /
  • Cerastium semidecandrum (Little Mouse-ear) /
  • Moenchia erecta (Upright Chickweed)
  • Sagina nodosa (Knotted Pearlwort)
  • Sagina procumbens (Procumbent Pearlwort) /
  • Sagina apetala (Stace) Sagina apetala ssp. apetala (Annual Pearlwort) /
  • Sagina filicaulis (Stace) Sagina apetala ssp. erecta (Slender Pearlwort - Stace, Fringed Pearlwort - NBN) /
  • Sagina maritima (Sea Pearlwort) /
  • Scleranthus perennis (ssp. prostratus? - Stace, NBN, Kew) (Perennial Knawel) 1896
  • Scleranthus annuus ssp. annuus (Annual Knawel)
  • Corrigiola litoralis (Strapwort) 1896
  • Herniaria glabra (Smooth Rupturewort)
  • Herniaria hirsuta (Hairy Rupturewort) 1914
  • Polycarpon tetraphyllum (var. tetraphyllum - NBN, Stace) (Four-leaved Allseed) /-
  • Spergula arvensis (var. arvensis - Stace, NBN, var. sativa? - Stace, NBN (var. nana - Stace, var. maxima - Stace, var. vulgaris - NBN - hardly worth recognition - Stace) (Corn Spurrey) - worldwide ours is ssp. arvensis /-
  • Spergularia rupicola (Rock Sea-spurrey) /-
  • Spergularia media (Greater Sea-spurrey) /
  • Spergularia marina (Lesser Sea-spurrey) /
  • Spergularia rubra (Sand Spurrey)
  • Agrostemma githago (Corn Cockle) /
  • Silene behen (Hairless Catchfly - GBIF) 1941
  • Silene vulgaris ssp. vulgaris (Bladder Campion) /
  • Silene uniflora (Sea Campion) /-
  • Silene baccifera (Stace, NBN, Kew) Cucubalus baccifer (Berry Catchfly) 1978
  • Silene armeria (Sweet-William Catchfly)
  • Silene muscipula (ssp. muscipula - Kew) (South-western Catchfly - Stace) 1932
  • Silene stricta (Upright Catchfly?, Strict Catchfly? - find common name!) 1922
  • Silene coniflora (Multi-nerved Catchfly - The Jepson Herbarium, Coneflower Catchfly?) 1937
  • Silene noctiflora (Night-flowering Catchfly)
  • Silene latifolia (ssp. alba - Stace) (White Campion) /
  • Silene latifolia x S. dioica = S. x hampeana (Hybrid Campion - NBN) /
  • Silene dioica (ssp. dioica - Kew) (Var. dioica - Stace) (Red Campion) /
  • Silene coeli-rosa (Rose-of-heaven) 1967
  • Silene pendula (Nodding Catchfly) 1979
  • Silene gallica (Small-flowered Catchfly)
  • Silene dichotoma (Forked Catchfly) 1932
  • Silene conica (Sand Catchfly) 1906
  • Silene conoidea (Large Sand Catchfly - Wikipedia) 1906
  • Silene subconica (Small Sand Catchfly? - find common name!) (Kew, EDIT) Silene conica ssp. subconica (old name) 1939
  • Silene coronaria (Stace) Lychnis coronaria (old name) (Rose Campion) /
  • Silene flos-cuculi (Stace) Lychnis flos-cuculi (old name) (Ragged Robin) /
  • Saponaria officinalis (Soapwort) /
  • Vaccaria hispanica (Cowherb)
  • Gypsophila elegans (Annual Baby's-breath) 1922
  • Gypsophila acutifolia (Sharpleaf Baby's-breath - Wikipedia) 1952
  • Gypsophila pilosa (var. pilosa - Kew) (Turkish Baby's-breath - Wikipedia, GBIF) 1911
  • Petrorhagia prolifera (Proliferous Pink) 1889
  • Petrorhagia dubia (Stace, NBN, Kew) Petrorhagia velutina (old name) (Hairy Pink - NBN, Hayling Island Pink - Stace) 1902
  • Dianthus gratianopolitanus (Cheddar Pink) /
  • Dianthus plumaris (Pink) 1840
  • Dianthus deltoides (Maiden Pink) 1979
  • Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William) /
  • Dianthus armeria (Deptford Pink) 1940
  • Axyris amaranthoides (Russian Pigweed) 1936
  • Atriplex hortensis (Garden Orache) 1982 -
  • Atriplex rosea (Redscale) 1922
  • Atriplex tatarica (var. tatarica - Kew) (Tatarian Orache - Go Botany) 1917
  • Atriplex prostrata (Spear-leaved Orache) /
  • Atriplex glabriuscula (Babington's Orache) /
  • Atriplex longipes (Long-stalked Orache) /
  • Atriplex littoralis (Grass-leaved Orache) /-
  • Atriplex patula (Common Orache) /
  • Atriplex laciniata (Frosted Orache) /
  • Atriplex halimus (Shrubby Orache) /
  • Atriplex portulacoides (Sea-purslane) /
  • Chenopodium acuminatum (Mexican Tea PictureThis, Acuminate Goosefoot?, Acuminate-leaved Goosefoot?, Pointed Goosefoot?) 1931 - find out common name!
  • Chenopodium vulvaria (Stinking Goosefoot) 1930
  • Chenopodium pratericola (Stace) Chenopodium desiccatum (NBN) (Slimleaf Goosefoot)
  • Chenopodium ficifolium (Fig-leaved Goosefoot) /
  • Chenopodium hircinum (ssp. hircinum? - Kew) (Foetid Goosefoot - Stace, NBN, Avian Goosefoot - GBIF) 1932
  • Chenopodium opulifolium (Grey Goosefoot)
  • Chenopodium album (Fat-hen) /
  • Chenopodium suecicum (Swedish Goosefoot) 1910
  • Chenopodium probstii (Probst's Goosefoot)
  • Lipandra polysperma (Stace) Chenopodium polyspermum (Many-seeded Goosefoot) /
  • Chenopodiastrum hybridum (Stace) Chenopodium hybridum (NBN) (Maple-leaved Goosefoot)
  • Chenopodiastrum murale (Stace) Chenopodium murale (NBN) (Nettle-leaved Goosefoot)
  • Oxybasis glauca (Stace) Chenopodium glaucum (NBN) (Oak-leaved Goosefoot)
  • Oxybasis rubra (Stace) Chenopodium rubrum (NBN) (Red Goosefoot) /-
  • Oxybasis urbica (Stace) Chenopodium urbicum (NBN) (Upright Goosefoot) 1925
  • Blitum bonus-henricus (Stace) Chenopodium bonus-henricus (NBN) (Good-King-Henry)
  • Blitum nuttallianum (Kew, EDIT) Monolepis nuttalliana (NBN) (Povertyweed) 1917
  • Blitum virgatum (Stace, Kew) Chenopodium foliosum (NBN) (Strawberry Goosefoot) 1918
  • Dysphania ambrosioides (Stace, Kew) Chenopodium ambrosioides (NBN) (Mexican-tea) 1979
  • Dysphania multifida (Stace, Kew) Chenopodium multifidum (NBN) (Scented Goosefoot) 1918
  • Dysphania botrys (Stace) Chenopodium botrys (NBN) (Sticky Goosefoot) 1938
  • Bassia scoparia (Summer-cypress)
  • Beta vulgaris ssp. maritima (Sea Beet) /
  • Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris (Root Beet) -
  • Beta trigyna (Caucasian Beet) 1911
  • Salicornia ramosissima (Purple Glasswort) /
  • Salicornia europaea (Common Glasswort) -
  • Salicornia obscura (Glaucous Glasswort)
  • Salicornia fragilis (Yellow Glasswort) /
  • Salicornia dolichostachya (Long-spiked Glasswort)
  • Suaeda vera (Shrubby Sea-blite) 1569
  • Suaeda maritima (Annual Sea-blite) /
  • Salsola kali (Stace) Salsola kali ssp. kali (NBN) (Prickly Saltwort) /
  • Salsola tragus (Stace) Salsola kali ssp. ruthenica (NBN) (Spineless Saltwort)
  • Amaranthus retroflexus (Common Amaranth) /
  • Amaranthus caudatus (Love-lies-bleeding)
  • Amaranthus hybridus (Green Amaranth) /
  • Amaranthus cruentus (Purple Amaranth)
  • Amaranthus tricolor (Tampala)
  • Amaranthus standleyanus (Indehiscent Pigweed)
  • Amaranthus palmeri (Dioecious Amaranth)
  • Amaranthus spinosus (Spiny Amaranth)
  • Amaranthus quitensis (Mucronate Amaranth)
  • Amaranthus viridis (Green Pigweed - Stace)
  • Amaranthus deflexus (Perennial Pigweed) /
  • Amaranthus blitum (which sspp.? ssp. blitum, ssp. emarginatus, ssp. oleraceus, ssp. pseudogracilis - Kew) (Guernsey Pigweed) 1911
  • Amaranthus albus (White Pigweed)
  • Amaranthus blitoides (Prostrate Pigweed)
  • Amaranthus graecizans (which sspp.? ssp. graecizans, ssp. silvestris - Stace (not worth ssp. rank), NBN, Kew) (Short-tepalled Pigweed) 1914
  • Claytonia perfoliata (Springbeauty)
  • Claytonia sibirica (Pink Purslane)
  • Montia fontana (which sspp.? ssp. fontana, ssp. variabilis, ssp. amporitana (probably this), ssp. chondrosperma) (Blinks)
  • Portulaca oleracea (ssp. oleracea - Stace, var. oleracea - Kew) (Common Purslane)
  • Philadelphus coronarius (Mock-orange) /
  • Philadelphus 'Lemoinei Group' (Stace) Philadelphus coronarius x P. microphyllus (x P. pubescens - NBN) = P. x lemoinei (Stace) P. x virginalis (NBN) (Hairy Mock-orange)
  • Cornus sanguinea (ssp. sanguinea - Stace, NBN) (Dogwood) /
  • Cornus alba (White Dogwood) /
  • Cornus mas (Cornelian-cherry) /
  • Impatiens noli-tangere (Touch-me-not Balsam) 1866
  • Impatiens capensis (Orange Balsam)
  • Impatiens parviflora (Small Balsam)
  • Impatiens glandulifera (Indian Balsam) /
  • Impatiens balfourii (Kashmir Balsam - NBN, Balfour's Touch-me-not, Poor Man's Orchid)
  • Polemonium caeruleum (Jacob's-ladder)
  • Gilia capitata (Blue Thimbleflower - Stace, Blue-thimble-flower - NBN) 1922
  • Collomia linearis (Tiny Trumpet - GBIF, Wikipedia, Slenderleaf Collomia - Wikipedia, Narrow-leaved Mountain-trumpet - Go Botany) 1922
  • Primula vulgaris (Primrose) /
  • Primula vulgaris x P. veris = P. x polyantha (False Oxlip - NBN) /-
  • Primula veris (Cowslip) /
  • Hottonia palustris (Water-violet) /-
  • Lysimachia vulgaris (Yellow Loosestrife) -
  • Lysimachia thyrsiflora (Tufted Loosestrife) - spelt wrong in old flora as 'L. thrysiflora' 1782
  • Lysimachia punctata (Dotted Loosestrife) /-
  • Lysimachia nummularia (Creeping-Jenny) /
  • Lysimachia maritima (Stace) Glaux maritima (NBN) (Sea-milkwort) /
  • Lysimachia minima (Stace) Centunculus minimus (NBN) Anagallis minima (old name) (Chaffweed) 1915
  • Lysimachia tenella (Stace) Anagallis tenella (NBN) (Bog Pimpernel) /
  • Lysimachia nemorum (Yellow Pimpernel) /
  • Lysimachia arvensis (Stace) Anagallis arvensis ssp. arvensis (NBN) (Scarlet Pimpernel) / Stace does not mention sspp. NBN does - check
  • Lysimachia foemina (Stace) Anagallis arvensis ssp. foemina (NBN) (Blue Pimpernel) 1961
  • Cyclamen hederifolium (Sowbread) /
  • Cyclamen repandum (Spring Sowbread) /-
  • Samolus valerandi (Brookweed) /-
  • Arbutus unedo (Strawberry-tree) -
  • Rhododendron ponticum (ssp. baeticum - Stace) (Rhododendron) /
  • Calluna vulgaris (Heather) /
  • Erica cinerea (Bell Heather) /
  • Erica vagans (Cornish Heath) 1912
  • Vaccinium vitis-idaea (Cowberry) 1837
  • Vaccinium myrtillus (Bilberry) /-
  • Pyrola minor (Common Wintergreen)
  • Hypopitys monotropa ssp. monotropa (Stace, NBN) Monotropa hypopitys ssp. hypopitys (old name) (Yellow Bird's-nest) -
  • Aucuba japonica (Spotted-laurel) /
  • Sherardia arvensis (Field Madder) /
  • Phuopsis stylosa (Caucasian Crosswort) 1979
  • Asperula cynanchica ssp. cynanchica (var. cynanchica? - Stace) (Squinancywort) -
  • Asperula arvensis (Blue Woodruff)
  • Galium odoratum (Woodruff) /
  • Galium uliginosum (Fen Bedstraw) -
  • Galium palustre ssp. palustre (Common Marsh-bedstraw) /
  • Galium palustre ssp. elongatum (Common Marsh-bedstraw) -
  • Galium verum (var. verum - Stace, NBN) (Lady's Bedstraw) /
  • Galium verum x G. album = G. x pomeranicum (Stace) Galium verum var. / ssp. maritimum x G. album = G. x pomeranicum / nothosubsp. hillardiae (Stace) Galium verum x G. mollugo = G. x pomeranicum (NBN) (Hybrid Yellow Bedstraw) -
  • Galium album (Stace) Galium mollugo (ssp. erectum and ssp. mollugo are uncertain? - Stace) (NBN) (Hedge Bedstraw) /
  • Galium pumilum (Stace) Galium pumilum ssp. pumilum (NBN) (Slender Bedstraw)
  • Galium saxatile (Heath Bedstraw) /
  • Galium aparine (ssp. aparine - Stace, NBN) (Cleavers) /
  • Galium spurium (ssp. spurium - Kew var. echinospermum? - Stace, var. vaillantii - NBN) (False Cleavers) 1932
  • Galium tricornutum (Corn Cleavers) 1906
  • Cruciata laevipes (Crosswort) /
  • Rubia peregrina (Wild Madder) /
  • Centaurium erythraea (var. erythraea - Stace, NBN) (Common Centaury) /
  • Centaurium erythraea x C. pulchellum (= C. x ubsdellii - Stace) (NBN) (Common x Lesser Centaury)
  • Centaurium pulchellum (Lesser Centaury) -
  • Blackstonia perfoliata (Yellow-wort) /
  • Gentianella amarella ssp. amarella (Autumn Gentian) -
  • Gentianella amarella ssp. anglica (Stace) Gentianella anglica (NBN) (Early Gentian) 1955
  • Vinca minor (Lesser Periwinkle) /
  • Vinca major (var. major) (Greater Periwinkle) /
  • Phacelia tanacetifolia (Phacelia) /
  • Lithospermum officinale (Common Gromwell) /
  • Aegonychon purpureocaeruleum (Stace) Lithospermum purpureocaeruleum (NBN) (Purple Gromwell) /
  • Buglossoides arvensis (Stace) Lithospermum arvense (NBN) (Field Gromwell)
  • Echium vulgare (Viper's-bugloss) /
  • Echium italicum (which sspp.? - ssp. italicum? - Kew) (Pale Bugloss) 1917
  • Pulmonaria officinalis (Lungwort) /
  • Symphytum officinale (ssp. officinale - Stace) (Common Comfrey) /
  • Symphytum officinale x S. asperum = S. x uplandicum (Russian Comfrey) /
  • Symphytum asperum (Rough Comfrey) /
  • Symphytum tuberosum (Tuberous Comfrey)
  • Symphytum grandiflorum x ?S. x uplandicum = S. x hidcotense (Stace) Symphytum officinale x asperum x grandiflorum = S. 'Hidcote Blue' (NBN) Symphytum 'Hidcote Blue' (old name) (Hidcote Comfrey) /
  • Symphytum grandiflorum (Creeping Comfrey) /
  • Symphytum orientale (White Comfrey)
  • Brunnera macrophylla (Great Forget-me-not) -
  • Anchusa officinalis (Alkanet) 1917
  • Anchusa azurea (Garden Anchusa - Stace, NBN, GBIF, Garden Alkanet - old flora) 1912
  • Anchusa hybrida (Kew) Anchusa undulata (NBN) ssp. hybrida (old name) (Hybrid Alkanet - GBIF, Undulate Anchusa - www.cretanflora.com) 1940
  • Anchusa stylosa (ssp. stylosa - Kew, EDIT) (find common name! - Short-styled Alkanet?) 1939
  • Lycopsis arvensis (Stace) Anchusa arvensis (NBN) (Bugloss) -
  • Pentaglottis sempervirens (Green Alkanet) /
  • Asperugo procumbens (Madwort) 1928
  • Borago officinalis (Borage) /
  • Trachystemon orientalis (Abraham-Isaac-Jacob) /
  • Amsinckia lycopsoides (Scarce Fiddleneck) 1912
  • Amsinckia calycina (Hairy Fiddleneck) 1921
  • Plagiobothrys canescens (which var.? - var. canescens or var. catalinensis? - Kew) (Valley Popcorn-flower) 1917
  • Myosotis scorpioides (Water Forget-me-not) /
  • Myosotis secunda (Creeping Forget-me-not) -
  • Myosotis laxa ssp. caespitosa (Tufted Forget-me-not) /
  • Myosotis sylvatica (Wood Forget-me-not) /
  • Myosotis arvensis (var. arvensis - Stace, NBN) (Field Forget-me-not) /
  • Myosotis ramosissima (ssp. ramosissima - Stace, NBN) (Early Forget-me-not) /-
  • Myosotis discolor (ssp. discolor - Stace, Kew) (Changing Forget-me-not) -
  • Lappula squarrosa (Bur Forget-me-not)
  • Omphalodes verna (Blue-eyed-Mary)
  • Cynoglossum officinale (Hound's-tongue) -
  • Convolvulus arvensis (var. arvensis - Stace, NBN) (Field Bindweed) / - numerous forms to be included
  • Calystegia soldanella (Sea Bindweed) -
  • Calystegia sepium ssp. sepium (f. sepium?) (Hedge Bindweed / Great Bindweed - NBN) /
  • Calystegia sepium x C. silvatica = C. x lucana (Hedge x Large Bindweed) -
  • Calystegia pulchra (Hairy Bindweed) -
  • Calystegia silvatica (ssp. disjuncta and ssp. silvatica var. sylvatica - Stace, NBN) (Large Bindweed) / - both taxa are quite common but the former occurs in more 'natural' settings such as hedgerows, often replacing C. sepium in Bristol City. The latter prefers more wasteland areas such as along railway lines and allotment margins.
  • Ipomoea purpurea (Common Morning-glory) 1928
  • Ipomoea hederacea (Ivy-leaved Morning-glory)
  • Ipomoea lacunosa (White Morning-glory)
  • Cuscuta campestris (Yellow Dodder)
  • Cuscuta epilinum (Flax Dodder) 1896
  • Cuscuta approximata (which sspp. and var? - ssp. approximata?) (Alfalfa Dodder - GBIF) 1906
  • Cuscuta europaea (Greater Dodder) -
  • Cuscuta epithymum (Dodder) -
  • Lycium barbarum (Duke of Argyll's Teaplant) /
  • Lycium chinense (Chinese Teaplant) /
  • Atropa belladonna (Deadly Nightshade) -
  • Hyoscyamus niger (Henbane) -
  • Nicandra physalodes (Apple-of-Peru) /
  • Datura stramonium var. stramonium (Stace, NBN) (Thorn-apple) /
  • Datura stramonium var. chalybaea (Stace, NBN) var. tatula (old name) (Thorn-apple)
  • Physalis peruviana (Cape-gooseberry) /
  • Physalis pubescens (Stace, Kew) Physalis patula (GBIF) Physalis foetens (old name) (Downy Ground-cherry - Stace, Husk Tomato - GBIF, Wikipedia, Low Ground-cherry, Hairy Ground-cherry - Wikipedia) 1926
  • Physalis angulata (Cut-leaved Ground-cherry)
  • Physalis philadelphica (Large-flowered Tomatillo) /
  • Solanum nigrum (ssp. nigrum - Stace, NBN) (Black Nightshade) /
  • Solanum nitidibaccatum (Stace) Solanum physalifolium (NBN) (Green Nightshade)
  • Solanum triflorum (Small Nightshade) 1917
  • Solanum dulcamara (var. dulcamara - Stace, NBN) (Bittersweet / Woody Nightshade) /
  • Solanum tuberosum (Potato) -
  • Solanum lycopersicum (Stace) Lycopersicon esculentum (NBN) (Tomato) /
  • Solanum rostratum (Buffalo-bur)
  • Nicotiana rustica (Wild Tobacco) 1912
  • Nicotiana alata (Sweet Tobacco) /-
  • Nicotiana forgetiana (Red Tobacco)
  • Jasminum officinale (Summer Jasmine) /
  • Fraxinus excelsior (Ash) /
  • Syringa vulgaris (Lilac) /
  • ligustrum vulgare (Wild Privet) /
  • ligustrum ovalifolium (Garden Privet) /
  • Phillyrea latifolia (Green Olive Tree / Mock Privet)
  • Digitalis purpurea (Foxglove) /
  • Erinus alpinus (Fairy Foxglove)
  • Veronica officinalis (Heath Speedwell) -
  • Veronica montana (Wood Speedwell) /
  • Veronica scutellata (var. scutellata - Stace, NBN) (Marsh Speedwell)
  • Veronica beccabunga (Brooklime) /
  • Veronica anagallis-aquatica (Blue Water-speedwell) -
  • Veronica catenata (Pink water-speedwell) /
  • Veronica peregrina (American Speedwell)
  • Veronica serpyllifolia ssp. serpyllifolia (Thyme-leaved Speedwell) /
  • Veronica spicata ssp. hybrida (Spiked Speedwell / Western Spiked Speedwell - NBN) /-
  • Veronica hederifolia ssp. hederifolia (Ivy-leaved Speedwell) /
  • Veronica hederifolia ssp. lucorum (Ivy-leaved Speedwell) /
  • Veronica crista-galli (Crested Field-speedwell)
  • Veronica filiformis (Slender Speedwell) /
  • Veronica agrestis (Green Field-speedwell) /
  • Veronica polita (Grey Field-speedwell) /
  • Veronica persica (Common Field-speedwell) /
  • Veronica chamaedrys (Germander Speedwell) /
  • Veronica arvensis (Wall Speedwell) /
  • Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon) /
  • Chaenorhinum minus (Small Toadflax) /
  • Misopates orontium (Weasel's-snout)
  • Cymbalaria muralis ssp. muralis (Ivy-leaved Toadflax) /
  • Kickxia elatine (Sharp-leaved Fluellen) /-
  • Kickxia spuria (Round-leaved Fluellen) -
  • Linaria vulgaris (Common Toadflax) /
  • Linaria vulgaris x L. repens = L. x sepium (Stace, NBN) (Common x Pale Toadflax) 1969
  • Linaria purpurea (Purple Toadflax) /
  • Linaria purpurea x L. repens = L. x dominii (Purple x Pale Toadflax)
  • Linaria repens (Pale Toadflax) -
  • Linaria supina (Prostrate Toadflax)
  • Linaria maroccana (Annual Toadflax) /
  • Plantago coronopus (Buck's-horn Plantain) /
  • Plantago maritima (Sea Plantain) /
  • Plantago aristata (Bracted Plantain) 1922
  • Plantago major (ssp. major and ssp. intermedia - Stace, NBN) (Greater Plantain) /
  • Plantago media (Hoary Plantain) /
  • Plantago lanceolata (Ribwort Plantain) /
  • Plantago lagopus (ssp. lagopus - Kew) (Hare's-foot Plantain) 1907
  • Plantago arenaria (Branched Plantain) 1930
  • Littorella uniflora (Shoreweed)
  • Hippuris vulgaris (Mare's-tail) /-
  • Callitriche truncata ssp. occidentalis (Short-leaved Water-starwort)
  • Callitriche stagnalis (Common Water-starwort) /
  • Callitriche platycarpa (Various-leaved Water-starwort) -
  • Callitriche obtusangula (Blunt-fruited Water-starwort) -
  • Callitriche brutia ssp. hamulata (Stace) Callitriche hamulata + Callitriche brutia var. hamulata (NBN) (Intermediate Water-starwort)
  • Verbascum blattaria (Moth Mullein) /
  • Verbascum virgatum (Twiggy Mullein) /-
  • Verbascum phoeniceum (Purple Mullein) 1911
  • Verbascum phlomoides (Orange Mullein)
  • Verbascum densiflorum (Dense-flowered Mullein)
  • Verbascum thapsus (Great Mullein) /
  • Verbascum ovalifolium (which sspp.? - ssp. ovalifolium, ssp. thracicum - Kew) (Find common name! - Oval-leaved Mullein?) 1932
  • Verbascum chaixii (Nettle-leaved Mullein) 1912
  • Verbascum nigrum (Dark Mullein) /-
  • Verbascum lychnitis (ssp. lychnitis - Kew var. album - Stace, NBN) (White Mullein) 1978
  • Scrophularia nodosa (Common Figwort) /
  • Scrophularia auriculata (Water Figwort) /
  • Scrophularia umbrosa (Green Figwort) 1963
  • Limosella aquatica (Mudwort) -
  • Buddleja alternifolia (Alternate-leaved Butterfly-bush) 1979
  • Buddleja davidii (Butterfly-bush) /
  • Acanthus mollis (Bear's-breach) /
  • Acanthus spinosus (Spiny Bear's-breach) -
  • Pinguicula vulgaris (Common Butterwort) 1875
  • Utricularia vulagris (Greater Bladderwort) -
  • Verbena officinalis (var. officinalis - Kew) (Vervain) /
  • Verbena rigida (Slender Vervain) 1980
  • Verbena tenera (Kew, EDIT) Glandularia tenera (GBIF) (Latin American Mock Vervain - GBIF) 1932
  • Stachys byzantina (Lamb's-ear) 1984 /
  • Stachys sylvatica (Hedge Woundwort) /
  • Stachys sylvatica x S. palustris = S. x ambigua (Hybrid Woundwort)
  • Stachys palustris (Marsh Woundwort) /
  • Stachys arvensis (Field Woundwort) /
  • Stachys recta (Perennial Yellow-woundwort) 1898
  • Stachys annua (Annual Yellow-woundwort) 1908
  • Betonica officinalis (Stace, Kew) (var. officinalis - NBN / ssp. officinalis - Kew) Stachys officinalis (NBN) (Betony) /
  • Ballota nigra ssp. meridionalis (Black Horehound) /
  • Marrubium vulgare (White Horehound) /-
  • Leonurus cardiaca (Motherwort) 1926
  • Lamiastrum galeobdolon ssp. montanum (Yellow Archangel) /
  • Lamiastrum galeobdolon ssp. argentatum (Garden Yellow Archangel) /
  • Lamium album (White Dead-nettle) /
  • Lamium maculatum (Spotted Dead-nettle) -
  • Lamium orientale (Kew, EDIT, GBIF) Wiedemannia orientalis (old name) (find common name! - Oriental Dead-nettle?) 1916
  • Lamium purpureum (Red Dead-nettle) /
  • Lamium hybridum (Cut-leaved Dead-nettle) /
  • Lamium confertum (Northern Dead-nettle) 1907
  • Lamium amplexicaule (Henbit Dead-nettle) /
  • Galeopsis angustifolia (Red Hemp-nettle)
  • Galeopsis tetrahit (Common Hemp-nettle) /-
  • Galeopsis bifida (Bifid Hemp-nettle)
  • Scutellaria galericulata (Skullcap) /
  • Scutellaria minor (Lesser Skullcap)
  • Teucrium scorodonia (Wood Sage) /
  • Teucrium chamaedrys (Wall Germander)
  • Ajuga reptans (Bugle) /
  • Nepeta cataria (Cat-mint) /-
  • Nepeta racemosa x N. nepetella = N. x faassenii (Garden Cat-mint) /
  • Glechoma hederacea (Ground-ivy) /
  • Prunella vulgaris (Selfheal) /
  • Prunella vulgaris x P. laciniata = P. x intermedia (Hybrid Selfheal)
  • Prunella laciniata (Cut-leaved Selfheal)
  • Melissa officinalis (Balm) /
  • Clinopodium ascendens (Common Calamint) /
  • Clinopodium vulgare (Wild Basil) /
  • Clinopodium acinos (Basil Thyme) /
  • Origanum vulgare (Wild Marjoram) /
  • Thymus pulegioides (Large Thyme) /
  • Thymus drucei (Stace) Thymus praecox ssp. britannicus (Kew) Thymus polytrichus ssp. britannicus (NBN) (Wild Thyme) /
  • Lycopus europaeus (Gypsywort) /
  • Mentha arvensis (Corn Mint) -
  • Mentha arvensis x M. aquatica = M. x verticillata (Whorled Mint) -
  • Mentha arvensis x M. aquatica x M. spicata = (Stace, NBN) M. x smithiana (Tall Mint) 1973 /-
  • Mentha aquatica (Water Mint) /
  • Mentha aquatica x M. spicata = M. x piperita (Mentha x piperita ssp. piperita - NBN) (Peppermint) /-
  • Mentha spicata (Spear Mint) /
  • Mentha spicata x M. suaveolens = M. x villosa (var. alopecuroides? - Stace) (Apple-mint)
  • Mentha Pulegium (Pennyroyal) 1949 /-
  • Mentha requienii (Corsican Mint)
  • Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) /
  • Salvia sclarea (Clary) 1958
  • Salvia glutinosa (Sticky Clary) 1938
  • Salvia pratensis (ssp. pratensis - Kew) (Meadow Clary) 1919
  • Salvia verbenaca (ssp. horminoides - Stace, NBN) (Wild Clary) /
  • Salvia officinalis (Sage) /-
  • Salvia nemorosa (ssp. nemorosa? - Kew) (Balkan Clary) 1920 /
  • Salvia reflexa (Mintweed)
  • Salvia viridis (Annual Clary) 1979
  • Salvia verticillata (ssp. verticillata - Kew) (Whorled Clary) 1967 /
  • Erythranthe moschata (Stace) Mimulus moschatus (NBN) (Musk)
  • Erythranthe guttata (Stace) Mimulus guttatus (Monkeyflower) /
  • Erythranthe guttata x E. lutea = E. x robertsii (Stace) Mimulus guttatus x M. luteus = M. x robertsii (Hybrid Monkeyflower)
  • Melampyrum pratense (ssp. pratense? - Stace) (Common Cow-wheat) -
  • Euphrasia officinalis ssp. pratensis (Stace) Euphrasia rostkoviana (Rostkov's Eyebright - Stace, Large-flowered Sticky Eyebright - NBN)
  • Euphrasia tetraquetra (Western Eyebright)
  • Euphrasia nemorosa (Common Eyebright) /
  • Euphrasia confusa (Confused Eyebright - Stace, Little Kneeling Eyebright - NBN)
  • Odonites vernus (ssp. serotinus and ssp. vernus) (Red Bartsia) /
  • Rhinanthus minor (ssp. minor and ssp. stenophyllus) (Yellow-rattle) /
  • Pedicularis palustris (Marsh Lousewort) 1912
  • Pedicularis sylvatica ssp. sylvatica (Lousewort) -
  • Lathraea squamaria (Toothwort) /
  • Lathraea clandestina (Purple Toothwort) -
  • Orobanche rapum-genistae (Greater Broomrape) -
  • Orobanche elatior (Knapweed Broomrape) -
  • Orobanche hederae (Ivy Broomrape) /
  • Orobanche minor (ssp. minor var. minor - Stace) (Common Broomrape) /
  • Ilex aquifolium (Holly) /
  • Campanula patula (Spreading Bellflower)
  • Campanula persicifolia (Peach-leaved Bellflower) /
  • Campanula medium (Canterbury-bells)
  • Campanula glomerata (Clustered Bellflower) -
  • Campanula pyramidalis (Chimney Bellflower)
  • Campanula portenschlagiana (Adria Bellflower) /
  • Campanula poscharskyana (Trailing Bellflower) /
  • Campanula latifolia (Giant Bellflower)
  • Campanula trachelium (Nettle-leaved Bellflower) /
  • Campanula rapunculoides (Creeping Bellflower)
  • Campanula cochleariifolia (Fairy's-thimble - Stace, NBN, Fairies Thimbles - old flora, Earleaf Bellflower - Wikipedia, Dwarf Bellflower - Gardenia) 1980
  • Campanula rotundifolia (ssp. rotundifolia - Stace, NBN) (Harebell) /
  • Legousia hybrida (Venus's-looking-glass)
  • Jasione montana (Sheep's-bit) 1918
  • Lobelia erinus (Garden Lobelia) /
  • Menyanthes trifoliata (Bogbean) /
  • Nymphoides peltata (Fringed Water-lily) /
  • Echinops sphaerocephalus (Glandular Globe-thistle) /
  • Carlina vulgaris (Carline Thistle) /-
  • Arctium lappa (Greater Burdock) /
  • Arctium minus (ssp. minus and ssp. pubens - Stace) (Lesser Burdock) /
  • Carduus tenuiflorus (Slender Thistle) -
  • Carduus crispus ssp. multiflorus (Welted Thistle) /
  • Carduus crispus x C. nutans = C. x stangii (Welted x Musk Thistle)
  • Carduus nutans (Musk Thistle) /
  • Cirsium eriophorum (Woolly Thistle) /
  • Cirsium vulgare (Spear Thistle) /
  • Cirsium dissectum (Meadow Thistle) /
  • Cirsium erisithales (Yellow Thistle)
  • Cirsium acaule (Dwarf Thistle) /-
  • Cirsium acaule x C. palustre = C. x kirschlegeri (Stace, NBN) (Dwarf x Marsh Thistle) 1914
  • Cirsium palustre (Marsh Thistle) /
  • Cirsium arvense (var. arvense - Stace, NBN) (Creeping Thistle) /
  • Onopordum acanthium (Cotton Thistle) /-
  • Cynara cardunculus (var. cardunculus (Cardoon) and var. scolymus) (Globe Artichoke) /
  • Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle)
  • Serratula tinctoria (Saw-wort) /-
  • Mantisalca salmantica (Dagger Flower - GBIF) 1922
  • Centaurea scabiosa (var. scabiosa - Stace, NBN) (Greater Knapweed) /
  • Centaurea cineraria (which sspp.? - ssp. cineraria?) (Silver Knapweed - Stace, Ragwort Knapweed - NBN, Dusty Miller - RHS, Velvet Centaurea - Wikipedia) 1984 /
  • Centaurea montana (Perennial Cornflower) /
  • Centaurea cyanus (Cornflower) /
  • Centaurea calcitrapa (ssp. calcitrapa - Kew) (Red Star-thistle) 1926 /-
  • Centaurea iberica (ssp. iberica - Kew) (Iberian Star-thistle) 1958
  • Centaurea solstitialis (ssp. solstitialis - Kew) (Yellow Star-thistle) 1925
  • Centaurea melitensis (Maltese Star-thistle) 1932
  • Centaurea diluta (ssp. diluta - Kew) (Lesser Star-thistle) 1982
  • Centaurea nigra (ssp. nigra (non-radiate) and ssp. rivularis (pseudo-radiate) (both occur) are not worth recognition - Stace) (Common Knapweed) /
  • Centaurea benedicta (Kew) Cnicus benedictus (NBN) (Blessed Thistle, Blessed Knapweed Go Botany, Bitter Thistle, St. Benedict's Thistle, Sweet Sultan, Friar's-crown, Lady's Thistle, St. Benedict's Herb - RHS) 1897
  • Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower) 1978 /
  • Carthamus lanatus (ssp. lanatus - Kew) (Downy Safflower) 1926
  • Cichorium intybus (ssp. silvestre and ssp. intybus - Stace) (Chicory) /
  • Cichorium endivia (Endive) 1980
  • Lapsana communis ssp. communis (Nipplewort) /
  • Hypochaeris radicata (ssp. radicata - Stace, NBN, Kew) (Cat's-ear) /
  • Scorzoneroides autumnalis (Stace) var. autumnalis (Stace, NBN) Leontodon autumnalis (old name) (Autumn Hawkbit) /
  • Leontodon hispidus (var. hispidus - Stace, NBN) (Rough Hawkbit) /
  • Leontodon saxatilis (Lesser Hawkbit) /
  • Hedypnois rhagadioloides (Stace) Hedypnois cretica (NBN) (Scaly Hawkbit) 1939
  • Picris hieracioides (ssp. hieracioides - Stace, NBN) (Hawkweed Oxtongue) /-
  • Picris rhagadioloides (Kew, EDIT) Picris sprengeriana (Oxtongue - GBIF, Scaly Hawkweed Oxtongue?) 1931
  • Helminthotheca echioides (Stace) Picris echioides (NBN) (Bristly Oxtongue) /
  • Scorzonera hispanica (Stace, NBN) Pseudopodospermum hispanicum (Kew, EDIT) (ssp. hispanicum - Kew) (Garden Scorzonera - Stace, Black Salsify - NBN, GBIF, Spanish Salsify, Black Oyster Plant, Serpent-root, Viper's-herb - Wikipedia) (1981)
  • Tragopogon pratensis (ssp. minor - Stace) (Goat's-beard) /
  • Tragopogon porrifolius (ssp. porrifolius and ssp. australis - Stace, NBN, Kew) (Salsify) /
  • Sonchus arvensis (ssp. arvensis - Stace, NBN) (Perennial Sow-thistle) /
  • Sonchus oleraceus (Smooth Sow-thistle) /
  • Sonchus asper (ssp. asper - Stace, NBN) (Prickly Sow-thistle) /
  • Lactuca serriola (f. integrifolia and f. serriola - NBN) (Prickly Lettuce) /
  • Lactuca virosa (Great Lettuce) /
  • Lactuca saligna (Least Lettuce) 1868
  • Cicerbita macrophylla ssp. uralensis (Common Blue-sow-thistle) /
  • Mycelis muralis (Wall Lettuce) /
  • Taraxacum lacistophyllum (Cut-leaved Dandelion - NBN) sect. Erythrosperma /-
  • Taraxacum brachyglossum (Purple-bracted Dandelion - NBN) sect. Erythrosperma /-
  • Taraxacum rubicundum (Ruddy Dandelion - NBN) sect. Erythrosperma /-
  • Taraxacum proximum (Umber-fruited Dandelion - NBN) sect. Erythrosperma -
  • Taraxacum oxoniense (Oxford Dandelion - NBN) sect. Erythrosperma -
  • Taraxacum glauciniforme (Many-toothed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Erythrosperma -
  • Taraxacum bracteatum (Dark-green Dandelion - NBN) sect. Celtica /
  • Taraxacum britannicum (British Dandelion - NBN) sect. Celtica /
  • Taraxacum subbracteatum (Dark-bracted Dandelion - NBN) sect. Celtica /
  • Taraxacum duplidentifrons (Double-toothed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Celtica -
  • Taraxacum nordstedtii (Nordstedt's Dandelion - NBN) sect. Celtica /
  • Taraxacum hamatum (Hook-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /-
  • Taraxacum hamatulum (Slender Hook-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /
  • Taraxacum subhamatum (Large Hook-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /
  • Taraxacum hamiferum (Dark Hook-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /
  • Taraxacum pseudohamatum (False Hook-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /
  • Taraxacum boekmanii (Bökman's Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /
  • Taraxacum atactum (Narrow-bracted Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /-
  • Taraxacum lamprophyllum (Lustrous-leaved Dandelion - NBN) sect. Hamata /
  • Taraxacum subexpallidum (Tongue-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Alata Group -
  • Taraxacum laeticolor (Pale-stalked Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Alata Group /-
  • Taraxacum laticordatum (Decumbent Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Croceiflora Group /
  • Taraxacum expallidiforme (Broad-stalked Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Croceiflora Group /
  • Taraxacum croceiflorum (Orange-flowered Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Croceiflora Group /
  • Taraxacum ancistrolobum (Few-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Piceata Group /
  • Taraxacum sellandii (Selland's Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Piceata Group /
  • Taraxacum multicolorans (Many-coloured Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Maculata Group -
  • Taraxacum ochrochlorum (Winged Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Trilobata Group /
  • Taraxacum pannulatum (Brown-ribbed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Pannulata Group -
  • Taraxacum blandum (Field Handbook to British and Irish Dandelions) Taraxacum remanentilobum (Falcate-lobed Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Pannulata Group - check! - may refer to T. pannulatum
  • Taraxacum latissimum (Broad-leaved Dandelion - NBN) sect. Taraxacum Ekmania Group /
  • Crepis biennis (Rough Hawk's-beard) /-
  • Crepis capillaris (var. capillaris - Stace, NBN) (Smooth Hawk's-beard) /
  • Crepis vesicaria ssp. taraxacifolia (Beaked Hawk's-beard) /
  • Crepis setosa (ssp. setosa - Kew) (Bristly Hawk's-beard) 1988
  • Crepis foetida (which sspp.? - ssp. foetida, ssp. rhoeadifolia? - NBN, Kew) (Stinking Hawk's-beard) 1939
  • Crepis zacintha (Striped Hawk's-beard - GBIF, Wikipedia) 1913
  • Pilosella officinarum (Mouse-ear-hawkweed) / - 7 taxa (vars. can be recognised - Stace, find them out!)
  • Pilosella aurantiaca ssp. carpathicola (Fox-and-cubs) /
  • Hieracium umbellatum (ssp. umbellatum - NBN, Kew, EDIT (var. umbellatum - Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds) - Common Umbellate Hawkweed - Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds) (Umbellate Hawkweed - NBN) - sect. Hieracioides
  • Hieracium vagum (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, NBN) H. sabaudum ssp. vagum (Kew, GBIF, EDIT) (Glabrous-headed Hawkweed - NBN) - sect. Sabauda
  • Hieracium rigens (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, NBN) H. sabaudum ssp. rigens (Kew, GBIF, EDIT) (Rigid Hawkweed - NBN) - sect. Sabauda
  • Hieracium salticola (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, NBN) H. sabaudum ssp. salticola (Kew, GBIF, EDIT) (Bluish-leaved Hawkweed - NBN) - sect. Sabauda
  • Hieracium sabaudum (Autumn Hawkweed - NBN, New England Hawkweed - GBIF) - this is probably the agg. H. sabaudum ssp. sabaudum (Kew, EDIT) should occur - sect. Sabauda
  • Hieracium trichocaulon (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, NBN, Kew, GBIF, EDIT) (Hairy-stemmed Hawkweed - NBN) - sect. Tridentata
  • Hieracium triviale (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds) H. levicaule ssp. levicaule (Kew, GBIF) H. levicaule ssp. triviale (EDIT) [H. lachenalii ssp. lachenalii (Kew) H. lachenalii ssp. cruentifolium (GBIF, EDIT - I think this is wrong) H. vulgatum (NBN) - refers to the continental plant. Not ours.] (Common Hawkweed - NBN) - Brist. Fl. (Wood Hawkweed) - sect. Vulgata - there is a lot of confusion here. H. vulgatum refers to plants from Europe. It does not occur in Britain - ours is H. triviale (not to be confused with the previous taxon with the same name in NBN, Kew, GBIF and EDIT which now refers to H. neopinnatifidum) - Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds
  • Hieracium spilophaeum (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds) H. maculatum (NBN, Kew, GBIF, EDIT) (Spotted Hawkweed) / - Find out what ssp. ours is! (ssp. asperatum, ssp. commixtum, ssp. fictum, ssp. inquinatum, ssp. maculatum (yes) ssp. naevuliferum, ssp. pollichiae - probably not) - sect. Vulgata
  • Hieracium breviglandulosum (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds) H. diaphanum (NBN, Kew, EDIT) H. lachenalii subsp. diaphanum (GBIF) (Dark-leaved Hawkweed - NBN, Diaphanous Hawkweed - MAKAQues, Short-glandular Hawkweed?) / - sect. Vulgata - H. diaphanum is a plant which does not occur in Britain. Ours refers to the new name H. breviglandulosum - Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds
  • Hieracium acuminatum (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, NBN) H. lachenalii ssp. acuminatum (Kew, GBIF, EDIT) (Tall Hawkweed / - NBN) - sect. Vulgata
  • Hieracium speluncarum (Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, NBN) H. amplexicaule ssp. spelaeum (Kew, EDIT) H. pulmonarioides ssp. spelaeum (GBIF) (Sticky Hawkweed - NBN, Cave Hawkweed - Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds, ukwildflowers.com, MAKAQues) / - recorded as H. amplexicaule in Brist. Fl. - sect. Amplexicaulia
  • Filago germanica (Stace) Filago vulgaris (NBN) (Common Cudweed) /-
  • Logfia minima (Stace) Filago minima (NBN) (Small Cudweed)
  • Antennaria dioica (Mountain Everlasting) 1913
  • Anaphalis margaritacea (Pearly Everlasting)
  • Omalotheca sylvatica (Stace) Gnaphalium sylvaticum (NBN) (Heath Cudweed) 1965
  • Gnaphalium uliginosum (Marsh Cudweed) /
  • Inula helenium (Elecampane) -
  • Inula conyzae (Ploughman's-spikenard) /
  • Limbarda crithmoides (Stace) Inula crithmoides (NBN) (Golden Samphire) -
  • Pulicaria dysenterica (Common Fleabane) /
  • Asteriscus aquaticus (Golden Starwort - GBIF, Sweet-scented Ox-eye - Wikipedia) 1897
  • Solidago virgaurea (ssp. virgaurea - Stace, NBN, Kew) (Goldenrod) / - check!
  • Solidago canadensis (var. hargeri - Stace) (Canadian Goldenrod) / - check !
  • Solidago gigantea ssp. serotina (Early Goldenrod)
  • Symphyotrichum agg. (Stace) Aster aggregate (NBN) (Michaelmas-Daisies - Stace, NBN)
  • Symphyotrichum novi-belgii x S. lanceolatum = S. x salignum (Stace) Aster novi-belgii x lanceolatus = (NBN) Aster x salignus (old name) (Common Michaelmas-daisy - Stace, NBN) /
  • Galatella linosyris (Stace) Aster linosyris (NBN) (Goldilocks Aster) -
  • Tripolium pannonicum (Stace) Aster tripolium (NBN) (Sea Aster) /
  • Erigeron philadelphicus (Robin's-plantain) /
  • Erigeron karvinskianus (Mexican Fleabane) /
  • Erigeron acris (Stace, NBN) Erigeron acer (old name) (Blue Fleabane) -
  • Erigeron acris x E. canadensis = E. x huelsenii (Stace) Erigeron acer x Conyza canadensis = X conyzigeron huelsenii (NBN) (Blue x Canadian Fleabane) 1931
  • Erigeron canadensis (Stace) Conyza canadensis (NBN) (Canadian Fleabane) /
  • Erigeron sumatrensis (Stace) Conyza sumatrensis (NBN) (Guernsey Fleabane) /
  • Erigeron bonariensis (Stace) Conyza bonariensis (NBN) (Argentine Fleabane) -
  • Bellis perennis (Daisy) /
  • Tanacetum parthenium (Feverfew) /
  • Tanacetum vulgare (Tansy) /-
  • Artemisia vulgaris (Mugwort) /
  • Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood) /-
  • Artemisia abrotanum (Southernwood)
  • Artemisia biennis (Slender Mugwort)
  • Artemisia dracunculus (Tarragon)
  • Artemisia maritima (Stace) Seriphidium maritimum (NBN) (Sea Wormwood) -
  • Achillea ptarmica (Sneezewort) -
  • Achillea millefolium (ssp. millefolium - Stace) (Yarrow) /
  • Chamaemelum mixtum (Stace, NBN) Cladanthus mixtus (Kew) (var. mixtus - Kew) (Mediterranean Chamomile - NBN, GBIF, Weedy Dog-fennel - GBIF, Moroccan Chamomile - Wikipedia) 1923
  • Chamaemelum nobile (Chamomile) 1896
  • Anthemis arvensis (Corn Chamomile)
  • Anthemis cotula (Stinking Chamomile) /-
  • Anthemis ruthenica (Eastern Chamomile - NBN, GBIF) 1923
  • Anacyclus clavatus (White Anacyclus, White Buttons / Whitebuttons - Wikipedia, GBIF) 1926
  • Anacyclus homogamos × A. radiatus = A. x valentinus (Kew) Anacyclus valentinus (NBN, GBIF) (Bachelor's Button - Pl@ntNet) 1926
  • Cota tinctoria (Stace, Kew) (which sspp.? - ssp. tinctoria, ssp. australis, ssp. subtinctoria? - Stace, Kew) Anthemis tinctoria (NBN) (Yellow Chamomile - Stace, NBN, Golden Marguerite, Oxeye Chamomile, Dyer's Chamomile, Boston Daisy, Paris Daisy - Wikipedia) 1981
  • Cota wiedemanniana (Kew, EDIT) Anthemis wiedemanniana (NBN) (find common name! - Wiedemann's Chamomile?) 1939
  • Glebionis segetum (Stace) Chrysanthemum segetum (NBN) (Corn Marigold) /
  • Glebionis coronaria (Stace, NBN) Chrysanthemum coronarium (old name) (Crown Daisy) 1939 /
  • Leucanthemum vulgare (Oxeye Daisy) /
  • Leucanthemum lacustre x L. maxima (× L. vulgare - Kew) = L. x superbum (Shasta Daisy) /- - identity uncertain (Stace) but Kew says otherwise
  • Matricaria chamomilla (Stace, NBN) Matricaria recutita (old name) (Scented Mayweed) /
  • Matricaria discoidea (ssp. discoidea - Stace) (Pineappleweed) /
  • Tripleurospermum maritimum (ssp. maritimum - Stace, NBN) (Sea Mayweed) /-
  • Tripleurospermum inodorum (Scentless Mayweed) /
  • Cotula coronopifolia (Buttonweed)
  • Senecio sarracenicus (Stace, NBN) Senecio fluviatilis (old name) (Broad-leaved Ragwort)
  • Senecio squalidus (Oxford Ragwort) /
  • Senecio squalidus x S. vulgaris = (Stace, NBN) S. x baxteri (Oxford Ragwort x Groundsel) 1973 /? - with S. vulgaris ssp. vulgaris var. vulgaris (Stace)
  • Senecio vulgaris (ssp. vulgaris (Stace, NBN) var. vulgaris - Stace) (Groundsel) /
  • Senecio sylvaticus (Heath Groundsel) -
  • Senecio viscosus (Sticky Groundsel) /-
  • Jacobaea maritima (Stace) Senecio cineraria (old name) (Silver Ragwort) /
  • Jacobaea maritima x J. vulgaris = J. x albescens (Stace) Senecio cineraria x S. jacobaea = S. x albescens (NBN) (Silver x Common Ragwort) /
  • Jacobaea vulgaris (Stace, NBN) (ssp. vulgaris - Stace, NBN, Kew) Senecio jacobaea (old name) (Common Ragwort) /
  • Jacobaea vulgaris x J. aquatica = J. x ostenfeldii (Stace) Senecio jacobaea x S. aquaticus = S. x ostenfeldii (NBN - old name) (Common x Marsh Ragwort) 1958 /
  • Jacobaea aquatica (Stace, NBN) (ssp. aquatica - Stace, NBN) Senecio aquaticus (old name) (Marsh Ragwort) /
  • Jacobaea erucifolia (Stace, NBN) Senecio erucifolius (old name) (Hoary Ragwort) /
  • Brachyglottis laxifolia x B. compacta = B. x jubar (Stace, NBN) Brachyglottis 'Sunshine' (Shrub Ragwort) /- - parent plants uncertain
  • Doronicum pardalianches (Leopard's-bane) -
  • Doronicum plantagineum (Plantain-leaved Leopard's-bane) 1968
  • Tussilago farfara (Colt's-foot) /-
  • Petasites hybridus (Butterbur) /-
  • Petasites japonicus (ssp. giganteus - Stace) (Giant Butterbur) /-
  • Petasites albus (White Butterbur) /-
  • Petasites pyrenaicus (Stace) Petasites fragrans (NBN) (Winter Heliotrope) /
  • Parasenecio hastatus (Kew, EDIT, GBIF) (var. hastatus - Kew) Parasenecio hastata (NBN) Cacalia hastata (old name) (spelt wrongly in old flora as hastate) (find common name! - Spear-leaved Groundsel?) 1906
  • Calendula officinalis (Pot Marigold) /
  • Ambrosia artemisiifolia (Ragweed)
  • Ambrosia psilostachya (Perennial Ragweed) 1917
  • Ambrosia trifida (Giant Ragweed)
  • Xanthium strumarium (Rough Cocklebur)
  • Xanthium spinosum (Spiny Cocklebur) 1932
  • Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed-Susan) 1979 /
  • Rudbeckia laciniata (Coneflower) 1880
  • Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) /
  • Helianthus petiolaris (Lesser Sunflower)
  • Helianthus rigidus x H. tuberosus = H. x laetiflorus (Perennial Sunflower)
  • Simsia amplexicaulis (Kew) Encelia mexicana (old name) (find common name! - (Mexican?) Bush-sunflower - Wikipedia, Clasped Bush-sunflower) 1900
  • Guizotia abyssinica (Niger) /
  • Galinsoga parviflora (Gallant-soldier)
  • Galinsoga quadriradiata (Shaggy-soldier) /
  • Bidens cernua (var. cernua and var. radiata - Stace, NBN) (Nodding Bur-marigold) -
  • Bidens tripartita (var. tripartita and var. integra - Stace, NBN) (Trifid Bur-marigold) -
  • Bidens frondosa (Beggarsticks) /-
  • Bidens pilosa (Black-jack) 1920
  • Ratibida columnifera (Kew, GBIF) Lepachys columnaris (old name) (Prairie Coneflower - GBIF, Upright Prairie Coneflower - Calflora, Wikipedia, Mexican Hat - Wikipedia) 1918
  • Cosmos bipinnatus (Mexican Aster) 1984 /
  • Tagetes erecta (African Marigold)
  • Tagetes patula (French Marigold) 1984 /-
  • Tagetes minuta (Southern Marigold) 1963
  • Deinandra kelloggii (Kew, GBIF) Hemizonia kelloggii (NBN) (Kellogg's Spikeweed, Kellogg's Tarweed - Calflora) 1922
  • Centromadia fitchii (Kew, GBIF) Hemizonia fitchii (NBN) (Fitch's Spikeweed) 1932
  • Centromadia pungens (Kew, GBIF) ssp. pungens (Kew) Hemizonia pungens (NBN) (Common Spikeweed, Common Tarweed - Wikipedia) 1921
  • Madia glomerata (Mountain Tarweed) 1923
  • Madia sativa (Coast Tarweed - NBN, Chile Tarweed - GBIF) 1948
  • Eupatorium cannabinum (Hemp-agrimony) /
  • Adoxa moschatellina (Moschatel) /
  • Sambucus nigra (Elder) /
  • Sambucus ebulus (Dwarf Elder) -
  • Viburnum opulus (Guelder-rose) /
  • Viburnum lantana (Wayfaring-tree) /
  • Viburnum tinus (Laurustinus) /
  • Viburnum rhytidophyllum (Wrinkled Viburnum) /
  • Symphoricarpos albus (ssp. laevigatus - Stace) (var. laevigatus - NBN) (Snowberry) /
  • Leycesteria formosa (Himalayan Honeysuckle) /
  • Weigela florida (Weigelia) 1979 -
  • Lonicera pileata (Box-leaved Honeysuckle) /
  • Lonicera nitida (Wilson's Honeysuckle) /
  • Lonicera xylosteum (Fly Honeysuckle) /-
  • Lonicera japonica (Japanese Honeysuckle) /
  • Lonicera periclymenum (Honeysuckle) /
  • Lonicera caprifolium (Perfoliate Honeysuckle)
  • Valerianella locusta (var. locusta - Stace) (Common Cornsalad) /
  • Valerianella carinata (Keeled-fruited Cornsalad) /
  • Valerianella rimosa (Broad-fruited Cornsalad)
  • Valerianella dentata (Narrow-fruited Cornsalad) 1981
  • Valeriana officinalis (ssp. collina and ssp. sambucifolia? - Stace) (Common Valerian) /
  • Valeriana dioica (Marsh Valerian) /-
  • Centranthus ruber (Red Valerian) /
  • Dipsacus fullonum (Wild Teasel) /
  • Dipsacus sativus (Fuller's Teasel) 1980
  • Dipsacus pilosus (Small Teasel) /
  • Knautia arvensis (Field Scabious) /
  • Succisa pratensis (Devil's-bit Scabious) /
  • Cephalaria syriaca (Syrian Cephalaria - Wikipedia, Syrian Scabious?) 1897
  • Scabiosa columbaria (Small Scabious) /
  • Scabiosa atropurpurea (ssp. atropurpurea - Kew) (Sweet Scabious) 1873
  • Hedera helix ssp. helix (Common Ivy - Stace, NBN, English Ivy) /
  • Hedera hibernica (Stace) Hedera helix ssp. hibernica (old name) (Atlantic Ivy - Stace, NBN, Irish Ivy) /
  • Hydrocotyle vulgaris (Marsh Pennywort) -
  • Sanicula europaea (Sanicle) /-
  • Astrantia major (which sspp.! - ssp. major?, ssp. carinthiaca?, ssp. elatior - Stace, Kew) (Astrantia - Stace, Mountain Sanicle, Pink Masterwort - NBN) 1908 - ssp. major was recorded on the 1st of January 2024 by Nicky Hodges in St Andrews.
  • Eryngium maritimum (Sea-holly - Stace, Sea Holly - old flora) 1971
  • Eryngium campestre (Field Eryngo)
  • Bupleurum tenuissimum (Slender Hare's-ear) -
  • Bupleurum rotundifolium (Thorow-wax) 1917
  • Bupleurum subovatum (False Thorow-wax)
  • Bupleurum odonites (Fontanesi's Hare's-ear - GBIF, Round-leaved Thorow-wax - Go Botany, Toothed Thorow-wax?)
  • Oenanthe fistulosa (Tubular Water-dropwort) -
  • Oenanthe pimpinelloides (Corky-fruited Water-dropwort) /
  • Oenanthe lachenalii (Parsley Water-dropwort) /-
  • Oenanthe crocata (Hemlock Water-dropwort) /
  • Oenanthe fluviatilis (River Water-dropwort) 1981
  • Oenanthe aquatica (Fine-leaved Water-dropwort) -
  • Sium latifolium (Greater Water-parsnip) 1912
  • Berula erecta (Lesser Water-parsnip) /
  • Helosciadium nodiflorum (Stace) Apium nodiflorum (NBN) (Fool's-water-cress) /
  • Helosciadium inundatum (Stace) Apium inundatum (NBN) (Lesser Marshwort) 1910
  • Cicuta virosa (Cowbane) 1866
  • Smyrnium olusatrum (Alexanders) /
  • Chaerophyllum temulum (Rough Chervil) /
  • Anthriscus sylvestris (Cow Parsley) /
  • Anthriscus cerefolium (Garden Chervil) 1904
  • Anthriscus caucalis (Bur Chervil) -
  • Scandix pecten-veneris (Shepherd's-needle)
  • Scandix iberica (Find common name! - Iberian Shepherd's-needle?) 1917
  • Scandix stellata (Find common name! - Starry Shepherd's-needle?) 1921
  • Conopodium majus (Pignut) /
  • Torilis japonica (Upright Hedge-parsley) /
  • Torilis arvensis (Spreading Hedge-parsley)
  • Torilis leptophylla (var. leptophylla - Kew) (Bristle-fruit Hedge-parsley - GBIF, Wikipedia) 1922
  • Torilis nodosa (Knotted Hedge-parsley) /-
  • Caucalis platycarpos (Small Bur-parsley) 1940
  • Turgenia latifolia (Greater Bur-parsley) 1924
  • Cuminum cyminum (Cumin)
  • Daucus carota ssp. carota (Wild Carrot) /
  • Pimpinella major (Greater Burnet-saxifrage) 1926
  • Pimpinella saxifraga (Burnet-saxifrage) /
  • Silaum silaus (Pepper-saxifrage) /
  • Levisticum officinale (Lovage) 1896 /-
  • Coriandrum sativum (Coriander) 1979 -
  • Bifora radians (Wild Bishop - GBIF) 1940
  • Bifora testiculata (European Bishop - GBIF) 1940
  • Pastinaca sativa (ssp. sylvestris - Stace) (Wild Parsnip) -
  • Heracleum sphondylium ssp. sphondylium (Hogweed) /
  • Heracleum mantegazzianum (Giant Hogweed) -
  • Sison amomum (Stone Parsley) /
  • Sison segetum (Stace) Petroselinum segetum (NBN) (Corn Parsley) -
  • Crithmum maritimum (Rock Samphire) /
  • Carum carvi (Caraway)
  • Aegopodium podagraria (Ground-elder) /
  • Apium graveolens (var. graveolens? - Stace) (Wild Celery) /
  • Cyclospermum leptophyllum (Kew, EDIT, GBIF) Apium leptophyllum (old name) (Slender Celery, Marsh Parsley, Fir-leaved Celery - Wikipedia) 1923
  • Ammi majus (Bullwort) /
  • Anethum graveolens (Dill) 1978
  • Petroselinum crispum (Garden Parsley) /-
  • Foeniculum vulgare (var. sativum, cv. Purpureum - Stace) (Fennel) /
  • Conium maculatum (Hemlock) /
  • Visnaga daucoides (Stace) Ammi visnaga (NBN) (Toothpick-plant)
  • Aethusa cynapium ssp. cynapium (Fool's Parsley) /
  • Trinia glauca (Honewort) /
  • Angelica sylvestris (Wild Angelica) /
  • Angelica archangelica (ssp. archangelica - Stace) (Garden Angelica) /-
  • Acorus calamus (Sweet-flag) /-
  • Calla palustris (Bog Arum) 1978
  • Arum maculatum (Lords-and-Ladies) /
  • Arum italicum ssp. italicum (Italian Lords-and-Ladies) /
  • Dracunculus vulgaris (Dragon arum)
  • Spirodela polyrhiza (Greater Duckweed) /
  • Lemna gibba (Fat Duckweed) /-
  • Lemna minor (Common Duckweed) /
  • Lemna minuta (Least Duckweed) /
  • Lemna trisulca (Ivy-leaved Duckweed) /
  • Wolffia arrhiza (Rootless Duckweed) /-
  • Sagittaria sagittifolia (Arrowhead) -
  • Baldellia ranunculoides (ssp. ranunculoides - Stace, NBN) (Lesser Water-plantain) -
  • Alisma plantago-aquatica (Water-plantain) /
  • Alisma lanceolatum (Narrow-leaved Water-plantain) -
  • Butomus umbellatus (Flowering-rush) /-
  • Hydrocharis morsus-ranae (Frogbit) /-
  • Stratiotes aloides (Water-soldier)
  • Elodea canadensis (Canadian Waterweed) -
  • Elodea nuttallii (Nuttall's Waterweed) -
  • Elodea callitrichoides (South American Waterweed) 1961
  • Lagarosiphon major (Curly Waterweed) /-
  • Aponogeton distachyos (Cape-pondweed)
  • Triglochin palustris (Stace) Triglochin palustre (NBN) (Marsh Arrowgrass) -
  • Triglochin maritima (Stace) Triglochin maritimum (NBN) (Sea Arrowgrass) /-
  • Zostera marina var. stenophylla (Stace) Zostera angustifolia (old name) (Narrow-leaved Eelgrass)
  • Potamogeton natans (Broad-leaved Pondweed) /
  • Potamogeton polygonifolius (Bog Pondweed) 1912
  • Potamogeton coloratus (Fen Pondweed)
  • Potamogeton nodosus (Loddon Pondweed) -
  • Potamogeton lucens (Shining Pondweed)
  • Potamogeton lucens x P. perfoliatus = P. x salicifolius (Stace, NBN) (Willow-leaved Pondweed) 1949
  • Potamogeton perfoliatus (Perfoliate Pondweed)
  • Potamogeton gramineus (Various-leaved Pondweed) 1918
  • Potamogeton friesii (Flat-stalked Pondweed) 1981
  • Potamogeton pusillus (Lesser Pondweed) -
  • Potamogeton berchtoldii (Small Pondweed) -
  • Potamogeton trichoides (Hairlike Pondweed) /
  • Potamogeton crispus (Curled Pondweed) /
  • Stuckenia pectinata (Stace) Potamogeton pectinatus (NBN) (Fennel Pondweed) -
  • Groenlandia densa (Opposite-leaved Pondweed) -
  • Zannichellia palustris (ssp. palustris (1 record according to NBN), ssp. pedicellata (Stalked-fruited Horned Pondweed - NBN) - Stace, NBN) (Horned Pondweed) -
  • Ruppia maritima (Beaked Tasselweed)
  • Ruppia spiralis (Stace) Ruppia cirrhosa (NBN) (Spiral Tasselweed) 1920
  • Narthecium ossifragum (Bog Asphodel) 1912
  • Tamus communis (Black Bryony) /
  • Paris quadrifolia (Herb-Paris) -
  • Colchicum autumnale (Meadow Saffron) -
  • Gagea lutea (Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem)
  • Tulipa sylvestris (Wild Tulip) /-
  • Tulipa gesneriana (Garden Tulip) /
  • Fritillaria meleagris (Fritillary - extinct as a native) 1910 /-
  • Lilium martagon (Martagon Lily)
  • Lilium pyrenaicum (Pyrenean Lily - Stace, NBN, GBIF, Yellow Turk's-cap Lily, Yellow Martagon Lily - Wikipedia) 1978
  • Cephalanthera damasonium (White Helleborine) -
  • Epipactis palustris (Marsh Helleborine) /
  • Epipactis purpurata (Violet Helleborine) -
  • Epipactis helleborine (ssp. helleborine - Kew var. helleborine - Stace) (Broad-leaved Helleborine) /-
  • Epipactis leptochila (var. leptochila - Stace, NBN) (Narrow-lipped Helleborine)
  • Epipactis phyllanthes (var. phyllanthes, var. vectensis, var. degenera and var. pendula? - Stace, NBN) (Green-flowered Helleborine) - 2nd definitely occurs - Ashton Court plant recorded as E. leptochila in old flora
  • Neottia ovata (Stace, NBN) Listera ovata (old name) (Common Twayblade) -
  • Neottia nidus-avis (Bird's-nest Orchid) -
  • Spiranthes spiralis (Autumn Lady's-tresses) /
  • Herminium monorchis (Musk Orchid) 1981? -
  • Platanthera chlorantha (Greater Butterfly-orchid) -
  • Platanthera bifolia (Lesser Butterfly-orchid) -
  • Gymnadenia conopsea (Chalk Fragrant Orchid - Stace, Common Fragrant Orchid - NBN, Fragrant Orchid - old name agg.) /- previously divided into 3 sspp. (ssp. conopsea, ssp. densiflora, ssp. borealis) now moved to spp. status - all 3 spp. probably occur (find out!) /
  • Gymnadenia conopsea x Dactylorhiza fuchsii = X D. heinzeliana (Stace) Gymnadenia conopsea x Dactylorhiza fuchsii = X Dactylodenia st-quintinii (NBN and old name for G. conopsea agg. hybrid) (Chalk Fragrant x Common Spotted-orchid) - all 3 hybrid combinations probably occur: 1st, G. densiflora x D. fuchsii, G. borealis x D. fuchsii = X D. st-quintinii (our agg. hybrid most likely is this)
  • Coeloglossum viride (Frog Orchid) -
  • Dactylorhiza fuchsii (ssp. fuchsii - Stace - of doubtful value) (Common Spotted-orchid) /
  • Dactylorhiza fuchsii x D. maculata = D. x transiens (Stace, NBN) (Common x Heath-spotted Orchid) 1966
  • Dactylorhiza fuchsii x D. praetermissa = D. x grandis (Common Spotted x Southern Marsh-orchid) /
  • Dactylorhiza maculata ssp. ericetorum (Heath Spotted-orchid) /
  • Dactylorhiza maculata x D. praetermissa = D. x hallii (Heath Spotted x Southern Marsh-orchid) /-
  • Dactylorhiza incarnata (ssp. incarnata, ssp. pulchella? - Stace, NBN) (Early Marsh-orchid) -
  • Dactylorhiza praetermissa (ssp. praetermissa - Stace) (Southern Marsh-orchid) /
  • Dactylorhiza praetermissa ssp. schoenophila (Stace) Dactylorhiza traunsteinerioides (ssp. traunsteinerioides - Stace, NBN) traunsteineri (old name) (Narrow-leaved Marsh-orchid) -
  • Orchis mascula (Early-purple Orchid) /-
  • Orchis purpurea (Lady Orchid)
  • Orchis anthropophora (Stace, NBN) Aceras anthropophorum (old name) (Man Orchid) 1933
  • Anacamptis pyramidalis (Pyramidal Orchid) /
  • Anacamptis morio (Stace, NBN) Orchis morio (old name) (Green-winged Orchid) /
  • Neotinea ustulata (Stace, NBN) Orchis ustulata (old name) (Burnt Orchid) 1920
  • Himantoglossum hircinum (Lizard Orchid) -
  • Ophrys insectifera (Fly Orchid) -
  • Ophrys insectifera x O. apifera (NBN) = O. x pietzschii (Stace) (Fly x Bee Orchid / Flea Orchid)
  • Ophrys apifera var. apifera (Bee Orchid) /
  • Ophrys apifera var. trollii (Bee Orchid, Wasp Orchid - Brist. Fl.) -
  • Ophrys apifera var. friburgensis (Bee Orchid)
  • Ophrys apifera var. chlorantha (Bee Orchid) -
  • Sisyrinchium montanum (var. crebrum - Kew) (American Blue-eyed-grass, Blue-eyed-grass, Strict Blue-eyed-grass - Wikipedia) 1980
  • Sisyrinchium striatum (Pale Yellow-eyed-grass, Satin Flower - Wikipedia) 1979 /
  • Iris germanica (Bearded Iris) -
  • Iris pseudacorus (Yellow Iris) /
  • Iris orientalis (Turkish Iris) /
  • Iris foetidissima (Stinking Iris) /
  • Iris tuberosa (Stace, NBN) Hermodactylus tuberosus (old name) (Snake's-head Iris) -
  • Crocus neapolitanus (Stace) Crocus vernus (ssp. vernus - NBN) (Spring Crocus) - was previously 2 sspp. (ssp. albiflorus and ssp. vernus) but has been split into 2 spp. C. vernus (White Crocus) and C. neapolitanus (Spring Crocus) /
  • Crocus tommasinianus (Early Crocus) /
  • Crocus angustifolius x C. flavus = C. x luteus (Stace) Crocus angustifolius x C. flavus = C. x stellaris (NBN) (Yellow Crocus - Stace, NBN) /
  • Gladiolus communis (ssp. byzantinus - Stace) (Eastern Gladiolus) /
  • Crocosmia pottsii x C. aurea = C. x crocosmiiflora (Montbretia) /
  • Asphodelus fistulosus (ssp. fistulosus - Kew) (Hollow-leaved Asphodel - Stace, Hollow-stemmed Asphodel - NBN, Onion-weed - GBIF, Wikipedia, Onion-leaved Asphodel, Pink Asphodel - Wikipedia) 1932
  • Hemerocallis fulva (Orange Day-lily) /
  • Kniphofia bruceae × K. uvaria (x K. linearifolia? - Stace) = (Kew) K. x praecox (Greater Red-hot-poker) -
  • Allium schoenoprasum (Chives) /
  • Allium roseum (Rosy Garlic) /
  • Allium subhirsutum (Hairy Garlic) /
  • Allium moly (ssp. moly - Kew) (Yellow Garlic, Lily Leek - Kew, Golden Garlic - Wikipedia) 1957 /
  • Allium triquetrum (Three-cornered Garlic) /
  • Allium paradoxum (Few-flowered Garlic) -
  • Allium ursinum (Ramsons) /
  • Allium oleraceum (var. oleraceum - Stace) (Field Garlic) /
  • Allium carinatum (Keeled Garlic) /
  • Allium ampeloprasum var. ampeloprasum (Wild Leek) -
  • Allium sphaerocephalon (Round-headed Leek, Bristol Onion) /
  • Allium vineale (Wild Onion, Crow Garlic) /
  • Allium nigrum (Broad-leaved Leek) /
  • Allium siculum (Stace) (ssp. siculum and ssp. dioscoridis? - Stace) Nectaroscordum siculum (NBN) (Honey Garlic) /-
  • Tristagma uniflorum (Spring Starflower) /
  • Leucojum aestivum ssp. pulchellum (Summer Snowflake) /
  • Leucojum vernum (var. vernum - Kew) (Spring Snowflake) 1982
  • Galanthus nivalis (Snowdrop) /
  • Galanthus nivalis x G. plicatus = G. x valentinei (Snowdrop x Pleated Snowdrop)
  • Galanthus plicatus ssp. plicatus (Pleated Snowdrop - Stace, NBN)
  • Galanthus plicatus ssp. byzantinus (Pleated Snowdrop - Stace, NBN)
  • Galanthus elwesii (Greater Snowdrop) /
  • Galanthus woronowii (Stace) Galanthus ikariae (old name) (Green Snowdrop - NBN, Green-leaved Snowdrop - Stace) /
  • Narcissus pseudonarcissus (Stace) ssp. pseudonarcissus (NBN) (Daffodil, Wild Daffodil, Lent Lily) /-
  • Narcissus agg. (Garden Daffodils) /
  • Convallaria majalis (Lily-of-the-valley) /-
  • Polygonatum multiflorum (Solomon's-seal) /
  • Polygonatum multiflorum x P. odoratum = P. x hybridum (Garden Solomon's-seal)
  • Polygonatum odoratum (Angular Solomon's-seal) -
  • Ornithogalum pyrenaicum (Spiked Star-of-Bethlehem) /-
  • Ornithogalum umbellatum ssp. campestre (Stace) Ornithogalum angustifolium (NBN) (Star-of-Bethlehem) -
  • Ornithogalum nutans (Drooping Star-of-Bethlehem)
  • Scilla bifolia (Alpine Squill)
  • Scilla bithynica (Turkish Squill) /
  • Scilla siberica (which sspp.? - ssp. siberica? - Kew) (Siberian Squill, Wood Squill - Wikipedia) 1982
  • Scilla autumnalis (Autumn Squill) /-
  • Hyacinthoides italica (Italian Bluebell)
  • Hyacinthoides non-scripta (Bluebell) /
  • Hyacinthoides non-scripta x H. hispanica = H. massartiana (Stace, NBN) (Hybrid Bluebell - ukwildflowers.com, Bluebell - NBN) /
  • Hyacinthoides hispanica (Spanish Bluebell) /-
  • Hyacinthus orientalis (Hyacinth) /
  • Muscari armeniacum (Garden Grape-hyacinth) /
  • Muscari comosum (Tassel Hyacinth)
  • Asparagus officinalis (Stace, NBN) ssp. officinalis (old name) (Garden Asparagus) /
  • Ruscus aculeatus (Butcher's-broom) /
  • Yucca gloriosa (Stace) (var. gloriosa and var. recurvifolia? - Stace) Yucca recurvifolia (NBN) (Curved-leaved Spanish-dagger) -
  • Phoenix dactylifera (Date Palm) 1932
  • Sparganium erectum (ssp. erectum, ssp. microcarpum, ssp. neglectum and ssp. oocarpum - Stace, NBN) (Branched Bur-reed) /
  • Sparganium emersum (Unbranched Bur-reed) -
  • Typha latifolia (Bulrush) /
  • Typha latifolia x T. angustifolia = T. x glauca (Hybrid Bulrush?, Bulrush x Lesser Bulrush)
  • Typha angustifolia (Lesser Bulrush) /-
  • Juncus subnodulosus (Blunt-flowered Rush) /
  • Juncus articulatus (Jointed Rush) /
  • Juncus acutiflorus (Sharp-flowered Rush) /
  • Juncus bulbosus (ssp. bulbosus, ssp. kochii? - Stace) (Bulbous Rush) -
  • Juncus maritimus (Sea Rush) -
  • Juncus acutus (Sharp Rush)
  • Juncus squarrosus (Heath Rush) 1912 /-
  • Juncus tenuis (Slender Rush) /
  • Juncus compressus (Round-fruited Rush) -
  • Juncus gerardii (Saltmarsh Rush) /-
  • Juncus foliosus (Leafy Rush)
  • Juncus bufonius (Toad Rush) /
  • Juncus ranarius (Stace, Kew) Juncus ambiguus (Stace) (Frog Rush) /-
  • Juncus inflexus (Hard Rush) /
  • Juncus effusus (var. effusus and var. subglomeratus - Stace, NBN) (Soft Rush) /
  • Juncus conglomeratus (var. conglomeratus and var. subuliflorus? - Stace, NBN) (Compact Rush) /
  • Luzula forsteri (Southern Wood-rush) 1856
  • Luzula pilosa (Hairy Wood-rush) /
  • Luzula sylvatica (Great Wood-rush) /
  • Luzula campestris (Field Wood-rush) /
  • Luzula multiflora (ssp. multiflora and ssp. congesta - Stace, NBN) (Heath Wood-rush) /
  • Eriophorum angustifolium (Common Cottongrass)
  • Eriophorum latifolium (Broad-leaved Cottongrass)
  • Eriophorum vaginatum (Hare's-tail Cottongrass)
  • Trichophorum cespitosum (Northern Deergrass - Stace, Deergrass - NBN) 1981
  • Bolboschoenus maritimus (Sea Club-rush) /
  • Scirpus sylvaticus (Wood Club-rush)
  • Schoenoplectus lacustris (Common Club-rush) -
  • Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (Grey Club-rush) -
  • Eleocharis palustris (ssp. waltersii - Stace) ssp. vulgaris (NBN) (Common Spike-rush) /
  • Eleocharis uniglumis (Slender Spike-rush) -
  • Eleocharis acicularis (Needle Spike-rush) 1945
  • Isolepis setacea (Bristle Club-rush) /-
  • Isolepis cernua (Slender Club-rush)
  • Eleogiton fluitans (Floating Club-rush)
  • Cyperus longus (Galingale - extinct as a native) 1896 /
  • Cyperus eragrostis (Pale Galingale) /
  • Cyperus aggregatus (Kew) var. aggregatus (Kew) Cyperus flavus (NBN) (Cayenne Cyperus) 1981
  • Cyperus fuscus (Brown Galingale) -
  • Cyperus esculentus (Yellow Nut-sedge)
  • Blysmus compressus (Flat-sedge)
  • Schoenus nigricans (Black Bog-rush) /
  • Cladium mariscus (Great Fen-sedge) 1918
  • Carex paniculata (Greater Tussock-sedge)
  • Carex otrubae (False Fox-sedge) /
  • Carex otrubae x C. remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris (False Fox x Remote Sedge)
  • Carex spicata (Spiked Sedge) /
  • Carex muricata (ssp. pairae - Stace, NBN) ssp. lamprocarpa (old name) (Prickly Sedge, Small-fruited Prickly-sedge - NBN) -
  • Carex divulsa ssp. divulsa (Grey Sedge) / - has been split into 7 spp. ours will include C. divulsa sensu stricto and C. nordica
  • Carex divulsa ssp. leersii (Many-leaved Sedge - NBN) / - is now C. leersii (investigate!)
  • Carex arenaria (Sand Sedge) /
  • Carex disticha (Brown Sedge) /
  • Carex divisa (Divided Sedge) 1933
  • Carex remota (Remote Sedge) /
  • Carex leporina (Stace, NBN) Carex ovalis (old name) (Oval Sedge) -
  • Carex echinata (Star Sedge) -
  • Carex davalliana (Davall's Sedge) 1845
  • Carex hirta (Hairy Sedge) /
  • Carex acutiformis (Lesser Pond-sedge) /
  • Carex acutiformis x C. acuta = C. x subgracilis (Lesser x Slender Tufted-sedge) -
  • Carex riparia (Greater Pond-sedge) /
  • Carex pseudocyperus (Cyperus Sedge) -
  • Carex rostrata (Bottle Sedge)
  • Carex vesicaria (Bladder-sedge)
  • Carex pendula (Pendulous Sedge) /
  • Carex sylvatica (Wood-sedge) /
  • Carex strigosa (Thin-spiked Wood-sedge) -
  • Carex flacca (Glaucous Sedge) /
  • Carex panicea (Carnation Sedge) -
  • Carex depauperata (Starved Wood-sedge) 1886 /-
  • Carex laevigata (Smooth-stalked Sedge)
  • Carex binervis (Green-ribbed Sedge)
  • Carex distans (Distant Sedge) -
  • Carex extensa (Long-bracted Sedge) /-
  • Carex hostiana (Tawny Sedge) /
  • Carex hostiana x (C. demissa - Stace) C. viridula (NBN) = C. x fulva (Stace, NBN) (Tawny x Common Yellow-sedge) - C. viridula was 3 sspp. but have now been moved to spp. status. This refers to what was the hybrid with C. viridula ssp. oedocarpa
  • Carex lepidocarpa (Stace) (ssp. lepidocarpa and ssp. jemtlandica? - Stace) Carex viridula ssp. brachyrrhyncha (NBN) (Long-stalked Yellow-sedge) /
  • Carex demissa (Stace) Carex viridula ssp. oedocarpa (NBN) (Common Yellow-sedge) -
  • Carex viridula (Stace) (ssp. viridula var. viridula - Stace) Carex viridula ssp. viridula (NBN) (Small-fruited Yellow-sedge)
  • Carex pallescens (Pale Sedge) -
  • Carex digitata (Fingered Sedge) /-
  • Carex humilis (Dwarf Sedge) /
  • Carex caryophyllea (Spring-sedge) /-
  • Carex montana (Soft-leaved Sedge)
  • Carex pilulifera (Pill Sedge) -
  • Carex acuta (Slender Tufted-sedge)
  • Carex nigra (Common Sedge) /-
  • Carex elata (Tufted-sedge)
  • Carex pulicaris (Flea Sedge) /
  • Pseudosasa japonica (Arrow Bamboo)
  • Sasaella ramosa (Hairy Bamboo) -
  • Nardus stricta (Mat-grass)
  • Nassella hyalina (Kew, GBIF) Stipa hyalina (spelt wrongly in old flora as Stipa hyaline) (Spear-grass - GBIF, Cane Needle-grass - CABI) 1928
  • Oloptum miliaceum (Stace, Kew, GBIF) Oryzopsis miliacea (NBN) (Smilo-grass) 1978
  • Glyceria maxima (Reed Sweet-grass) /
  • Glyceria fluitans (Floating Sweet-grass) /
  • Glyceria fluitans x G. notata = G. x pedicellata (Hybrid Sweet-grass) -
  • Glyceria declinata (Small Sweet-grass) -
  • Glyceria notata (Plicate Sweet-grass) /
  • Melica uniflora (Wood Melick) /
  • Brachypodium pinnatum (Heath False-brome - Stace, NBN, Tor-grass - old name - possibly confused) - - There is confusion here with Brachypodium rupestre (Stace) (Tor Grass) - Both occur /
  • Brachypodium sylvaticum (False Brome) /
  • Schedonorus pratensis (Stace) Festuca pratensis (NBN) (Meadow Fescue) /
  • Schedonorus arundinaceus (Stace) Festuca arundinacea (NBN) (Tall Fescue) /
  • Schedonorus giganteus (Stace) Festuca gigantea (NBN) (Giant Fescue) /
  • Schedonorus pratensis x Lolium perenne = X S. loliaceum (X Schedolium loliaceum) (Stace) Festuca pratensis x Lolium perenne = X Festulolium loliaceum (NBN) (Hybrid Fescue, Meadow Fescue x Perrenial Rye-grass)
  • Schedonorus arundinaceus x Lolium perenne = X S. holmbergii (X Schedolium holmbergii) (Stace) Festuca arundinacea x Lolium perenne = X Festulolium holmbergii (NBN) (Tall Fescue x Perennial Rye-grass) 1984
  • Lolium perenne (Perennial Rye-grass) /
  • Lolium perenne x L. multiflorum = L. x boucheanum (Perennial x Italian Rye-grass) -
  • Lolium multiflorum (Italian Rye-grass) /
  • Lolium rigidum (Mediterranean Rye-grass) 1978
  • Lolium temulentum (Darnel)
  • Drymochloa sylvatica (Stace) Festuca altissima (NBN) (Wood Fescue) 1886
  • Festuca heterophylla (Various-leaved Fescue) 1959
  • Festuca rubra ssp. rubra (Red Fescue) /
  • Festuca rubra ssp. juncea (Red Fescue) -
  • Festuca rubra ssp. litoralis (Red Fescue) /-
  • Festuca rubra ssp. commutata (Red Fescue, Chewing's Fescue) -
  • Festuca ovina (ssp. ovina, ssp. hirtula and ssp. ophioliticola - NBN) (Sheep's Fescue) /
  • Festuca lemanii (Confused Fescue) 1959
  • Vulpia bromoides (Squirreltail Fescue) -
  • Vulpia myuros (f. myuros? (lemmas scabrid) is the usual, f. megalura (lemmas hairy at edges) and f. hirsuta (lemmas hairy dorsally) should occur - Stace, NBN) (Rat's-tail Fescue) /
  • Vulpia unilateralis (Mat-grass Fescue) 1937
  • Dactylis glomerata (Cock's-foot) /
  • Cynosurus cristatus (Crested Dog's-tail) /
  • Cynosurus echinatus (Rough Dog's-tail) 1984
  • Catapodium rigidum (ssp. rigidum and ssp. majus - Stace, NBN) (Fern-grass) /
  • Catapodium marinum (Sea Fern-grass) /-
  • Parapholis strigosa (Hard-grass) /-
  • Parapholis incurva (Curved Hard-grass) -
  • Catabrosa aquatica (var. aquatica - Stace, NBN) (Whorl-grass) -
  • Puccinellia maritima (Common Saltmarsh-grass) /
  • Puccinellia distans (ssp. distans - Stace, NBN) (Reflexed Saltmarsh-grass) -
  • Puccinellia rupestris (Stiff Saltmarsh-grass) -
  • Arrhenatherum elatius (var. elatius - Stace) (False Oat-grass) /
  • Arrhenatherum elatius var. bulbosum (False Oat-grass, Onion Couch) -
  • Avena strigosa (Bristle Oat) 1930
  • Avena fatua (Wild-oat) /
  • Avena sativa (Oat) /
  • Gaudinia fragilis (French Oat-grass) -
  • Trisetum flavescens (ssp. flavescens - Stace, NBN) (Yellow Oat-grass) /
  • Koeleria vallesiana (Somerset Hair-grass) /
  • Koeleria vallesiana x K. macrantha (Hybrid Hair-grass?, Somerset x Crested Hair-grass) -
  • Koeleria macrantha (Crested Hair-grass) /
  • Rostraria cristata (Mediterranean Hair-grass) 1930
  • Rostraria smyrnaea (Kew) Koeleria berythea (spelt wrongly in old flora as Koeleria berythaea) (find common name! - Smyrnaean Hair-grass?, Berythean Hair-grass?) 1939
  • Lagurus ovatus (Hare's-tail) /
  • Anthoxanthum odoratum (Sweet Vernal-grass) /
  • Phalaris arundinacea (Reed Canary-grass) /
  • Phalaris aquatica (Bulbous Canary-grass)
  • Phalaris brachystachys (Confused Canary-grass) 1930
  • Phalaris paradoxa (Awned Canary-grass) 1978
  • Phalaris angusta (Narrow Canary-grass - GBIF, Wikipedia, Timothy Canary-grass - Wikipedia, Calflora) 1928
  • Phalaris coerulescens (Sunolgrass - GBIF) 1930
  • Phalaris canariensis (Canary-grass) -
  • Holcus lanatus (Yorkshire-fog) /
  • Holcus mollis (Creeping Soft-grass) /-
  • Deschampsia cespitosa (ssp. cespitosa (var. cespitosa and var. pseudoalpina?) and ssp. parviflora (Small-flowered Hair-grass - NBN) - Stace, NBN) (Tufted Hair-grass) /
  • Avenella flexuosa (Stace) Deschampsia flexuosa (NBN) (Wavy Hair-grass) -
  • Helictochloa pratensis (Stace) Helictotrichon pratense (NBN) (Meadow Oat-grass) /
  • Avenula pubescens (Stace) Helictotrichon pubescens (NBN) (Downy Oat-grass) -
  • Aira caryophyllea (ssp. caryophyllea and ssp. multiculmis - Stace) (Silver Hair-grass) - - Stace states doubtfully worth even sspp. status (Decide!) /-
  • Aira praecox (Early Hair-grass) /
  • Briza media (Quaking-grass) /
  • Briza minor (Lesser Quaking-grass) 1889
  • Briza maxima (Greater Quaking-grass) /
  • Colpodium pisidicum (Kew) Agrostis pisidica (EDIT) Zingeria pisidica (NBN, GBIF) (find Common name! - Pisidic Bent?, Pisidicum Bent?) 1940
  • Agrostis capillaris (Common Bent) /
  • Agrostis gigantea (Black Bent) -
  • Agrostis stolonifera (Creeping Bent) /
  • Agrostis canina (Velvet Bent) -
  • Agrostis vinealis (Brown Bent) /-
  • Agrostis pallens (Kew, GBIF) Agrostis diegoensis (NBN) (Dune Bentgrass - GBIF, Seashore Bentgrass - Wikipedia) 1964
  • Calamagrostis epigejos (Wood Small-reed) -
  • Ammophila arenaria (Marram) /-
  • Gastridium ventricosum (Nit-grass) -
  • Polypogon monspleniensis (Annual Beard-grass) /
  • Polypogon australis (Chilean Beard-grass - GBIF, Chilean Rabbit's-foot-grass - Wikipedia) 1918
  • Milium effusum (Wood Millet) /
  • Apera spica-venti (Looses Silky-bent)
  • Apera interrupta (Dense Silky-bent) 1911
  • Alopecurus pratensis (Meadow Fox-tail) /
  • Alopecurus geniculatus (Marsh Fox-tail) /
  • Alopecurus geniculatus x A. bulbosus = A. x plettkei (Marsh x Bulbous Fox-tail)
  • Alopecurus bulbosus (Bulbous Fox-tail) -
  • Alopecurus aequalis (Orange Fox-tail)
  • Alopecurus myosuroides (Black-grass) -
  • Beckmannia eruciformis (European Slough-grass)
  • Beckmannia syzigache (American Slough-grass) 1930
  • Phleum pratense (Timothy) /
  • Phleum bertolonii (Smaller Cat's-tail) /
  • Phleum arenarium (Sand Cat's-tail) /
  • Phleum hirsutum (find common name! - Hairy Cat's-tail?, Hairy Timothy) 1907
  • Phleum subulatum (Italian Timothy - GBIF, Italian Cat's-tail?) 1907
  • Poa annua (Annual Meadow-grass) /
  • Poa trivialis (Rough Meadow-grass) /
  • Poa humilis (Spreading Meadow-grass) /
  • Poa pratensis (Smooth Meadow-grass) /
  • Poa angustifolia (Narrow-leaved Meadow-grass) -
  • Poa compressa (Flattened Meadow-grass) /
  • Poa palustris (Swamp Meadow-grass) 1948
  • Poa nemoralis (Wood Meadow-grass) -
  • Poa bulbosa (Bulbous Meadow-grass) -
  • Bromus arvensis (Field Brome) 1922
  • Bromus brachystachys (find common name! - Short-spike Brome?, Confused Brome?) 1897
  • Bromus commutatus (Meadow Brome) / - Stace has omitted it for B. racemosus (decide whether to keep!)
  • Bromus racemosus (Smooth Brome) /
  • Bromus squarrosus (Rough Brome - NBN, Corn Brome - GBIF) 1897
  • Bromus hordeaceus ssp. hordeaceus (Soft Brome) /
  • Bromus hordeaceus x B. lepidus = (Stace, NBN) B. x pseudothominei (Lesser Soft-brome) /
  • Bromus lepidus (Slender Soft-brome) /
  • Bromus interruptus (Interrupted Brome) 1915
  • Bromus secalinus (Rye Brome) 1945
  • Bromus japonicus (Thunberg's Brome) 1931
  • Bromus scoparius (Broom Brome - NBN, GBIF) 1939
  • Anisantha diandra (Great Brome) -
  • Anisantha sterilis (Barren Brome) /
  • Anisantha tectorum (Drooping Brome) 1983
  • Anisantha madritensis (Compact Brome) -
  • Bromopsis ramosa (Hairy-brome) /-
  • Bromopsis benekenii (Lesser Hairy-brome)
  • Bromopsis erecta (Upright Brome) /
  • Bromopsis inermis ssp. inermis (Hungarian Brome - Stace, NBN)
  • Ceratochloa carinata (California Brome)
  • Ceratochloa cathartica (Rescue Brome)
  • Agropyron cristatum (Agropyron now comes under Elymus - Stace - check!) (Crested Wheat-grass - GBIF, Wikipedia, Fairway Crested Wheat-grass - Wikipedia) 1962
  • Elymus caninus (var. caninus - Stace, NBN) (Bearded Couch) /
  • Elymus canadensis (Canada Wild-rye - GBIF, Canadian Wild-rye - Wikipedia, Canadian Couch?) 1929
  • Elymus repens (Stace) Elytrigia repens (NBN) ssp. repens (NBN, Kew) (f. repens and f. aristatus - Stace) (Common Couch) / - Stace states sspp. status is doubtful (decide!)
  • Elymus athericus (Stace) Elytrigia atherica (NBN) (f. athericus and f. setigerus? - Stace, var. atherica - NBN) (Sea Couch) /
  • Elymus athericus x E. junceiformis = E. x obtusiusculus (Stace) Elytrigia atherica x juncea = E. x acuta, and Elytrigia x acuta (nothossp.) obtusiuscula (NBN) (Elytrigia atherica x E. juncea =) Elytrigia x obtusiuscula (old name) (Sea x Sand Couch) 1976
  • Elymus junceiformis (Stace) Elytrigia juncea (NBN) Thinopyrum junceum (Kew) ssp. boreoatlantica (NBN, EDIT) (Sand Couch) - - Stace does not mention sspp. NBN and EDIT do (decide!)
  • Elymus repens x Hordeum secalinum = X E. langei (X Elyhordeum langei) (Stace) Elytrigia repens x Hordeum secalinum = X Elytrordeum langei (NBN) (Common Couch x Meadow Barley)
  • Leymus arenarius (Lyme-grass) /
  • Hordeum distichon (Two-rowed Barley) /
  • Hordeum murinum ssp. murinum (Wall Barley) /
  • Hordeum jubatum (Foxtail Barley)
  • Hordeum secalinum (Meadow Barley) /
  • Hordeum marinum (Sea Barley) -
  • Hordeum aegiceras (Kew, GBIF) Hordeum trifurcatum (old name) (Egyptian Barley - Plants For A Future, Trifurcated Barley?, Three-branched Barley?) 1923
  • Hordeum cordobense (find common name! - Cordoba Barley?, Cordobense Barley?, Heart-shaped Barley?) 1930
  • Taeniatherum caput-medusae (Medusa's-head - GBIF, Medusa-head Wild-rye - CABI, Medusa-head, Medusa-head Rye - BugwoodWiki) 1930
  • Aegilops speltoides ssp. ligustica (Goatgrass - Plants For A Future) 1938
  • Aegilops speltoides ssp. speltoides (Goatgrass - Plants For A Future) 1926
  • Aegilops cylindrica (NBN, Kew, GBIF) Aegilops cylindrical (spelt wrongly in old flora - with added l) (Jointed Goatgrass - GBIF, wikipedia) 1921
  • Aegilops triuncialis (Barbed Goatgrass - GBIF, Wikipedia) 1939
  • Aegilops ventricosa (Belly-shape Hard-grass - GBIF, Belly-shaped Goatgrass?) 1907
  • Aegilops neglecta (Three-awned Goatgrass - GBIF, Jepson Herbarium, Wikipedia) 1906
  • Secale cereale (Rye)
  • Triticum turgidum (Rivet Wheat)
  • Triticum durum (Pasta Wheat)
  • Triticum aestivum (Bread Wheat) /
  • Digitaria ischaemum (Smooth Finger-grass)
  • Digitaria sanguinalis (Hairy Finger-grass) /
  • Digitaria ciliaris (Tropical Finger-grass)
  • Chloris ventricosa (Australian Windmill-grass - GBIF, Australian Weeping-grass - RHS, Plump Windmill-grass, Tall Chloris, Durawigura - lucidcentral.org, Rhodes-grasses - Stace, Australian Rhode-grass?) 1915
  • Echinochloa crus-galli (Cockspur) / - some of ours could be E. microstachya (Stace) E. muricata (NBN, Kew, GBIF) (American Barnyard Grass - GBIF, Wikipedia, Rough Barnyard Grass - Wikipedia, Rough Millet?, American Millet?, Rough Barnyard Millet?, American Barnyard Millet?, Prickly Barnyard Millet?, Prickly Millet?, Walled Millet?) with slightly shorter spikelets and different lemma apex shape - check!
  • Echinochloa esculenta (Japanese Millet)
  • Echinochloa colona (Shama Millet)
  • Echinochloa frumentacea (White Millet - Stace, NBN, Billion-dollar Grass - GBIF, Indian Barnyard Millet, Sawa Millet - Wikipedia) 1978
  • Echinochloa crus-pavonis (South American Barnyard Grass - GBIF, Gulf Cockspur Grass - Wikipedia, South American Millet?, Peacock-leg Millet?) 1924
  • Panicum dichotomiflorum (Autumn Millet)
  • Panicum effusum (Branched Panic - GBIF, Hairy Panic - Wikipedia, Branched Millet?, Hairy Millet?) 1941
  • Panicum capillare (Witch-grass)
  • Panicum miliaceum (Common Millet) -
  • Setaria parviflora (Knotroot Bristle-grass)
  • Setaria pumila (Yellow Bristle-grass) -
  • Setaria vulpiseta (Plains Bristle-grass - Wikipedia) 1930
  • Setaria verticillata (var. verticillata - Stace, NBN) (Rough Bristle-grass)
  • Setaria verticillata var. ambigua (Stace) Setaria verticillata x S. viridis = (old name) (Rough x Green Bristle-grass - old name) - hybrid does not exist (Stace) - it is a var. of S. verticillata with forward-barbed bristles (Rough Bristle-grass) 1980
  • Setaria viridis (Green Bristle-grass) /
  • Setaria faberi (Nodding Bristle-grass)
  • Setaria italica (Foxtail Bristle-grass)
  • Moorochloa eruciformis (Kew, EDIT, GBIF) Brachiaria eruciformis (NBN) (Signal-grass - NBN, Sweet Signal-grass - GBIF) 1935
  • Eriochloa villosa (Hairy Cup-grass - GBIF) 1930
  • Paspalum racemosum (Peruvian Paspalum - GBIF, Peruvian Finger-grass?, Clustered? Finger-grass - Stace) 1922
  • Sorghum halepense (Johnson-grass)
  • Zea mays (Maize) -
  • Molinia caerulea (ssp. caerulea and ssp. arundinacea - Stace, NBN) (Purple Moor-grass) /
  • Phragmites australis (Common Reed) /
  • Danthonia decumbens (Heath-grass) -
  • Cortaderia selloana (Pampas-grass) /
  • Diplachne fusca (Stace, Kew, GBIF) (ssp. uninervia - Kew, GBIF) Leptochloa fusca (NBN) Leptochloa uninervia (NBN, EDIT) (Brown Beetle-grass - Stace, NBN, GBIF, Mexican Sprangletop - GBIF, Bearded Sprangletop - Wikipedia) 1978
  • Eragrostis cilianensis (Stink-grass)
  • Eragrostis pilosa (Jersey Love-grass - NBN, Indian Love-grass - GBIF, Hairy Love-grass, Small Tufted Love-grass, Soft Love-grass - Wikipedia) 1942
  • Eragrostis mexicana (Kew, GBIF, EDIT) Eragrostis neomexicana (Stace - perhaps better under E. mexicana) (Mexican Love-grass - GBIF) 1978
  • Spartinia maritima x S. alterniflora = S. x townsendii (Townsend's Cord-grass)
  • Spartinia anglica (Common Cord-grass) /
  • Dactyloctenium radulans (Button-grass) 1915
  • Eleusine indica (ssp. africana or ssp. indica? - Stace, NBN) (Yard-grass) - Stace states the 2 sspp. are perhaps better as spp. (Kew and GBIF does - E. indica and E. africana) - decide!
  • Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda-grass) -