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Image JPEG image Scented Mayweed leaves
This picture shows the leaves of Scented Mayweed (Matricaria chamomilla)/. They are small and feathery and do not provide much in the way of forage. It is better to leave the plant unpicked.
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Image JPEG image Chickweed
Chickweed (Stellaria media) grows in clumps in cool damp soil. It has tiny white flowers. It is a plant that can be picked for rabbits.
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Image JPEG image Selfheal
Selfheal (Prunella vulgaris) is a creeping perennial that may be found in short turf , woodland clearings or verges. It can grow in lawns that haven't been treated with chemicals. As its name suggests, the plant has many medicinal properties and it is non toxic. It is not palatable to rabbits and is better left alone for the insects to enjoy.
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Image JPEG image Tufted vetch
Tufted vetch (Vicia cracca) is a member of the clover and pea family of plants. It has tendrils that wrap around stems of other plants. The plant can grow up to two feet tall and is found in hedge bottoms and verges. It prefers fertile, moist soil conditions. It is a plant that can be picked for rabbits but only from places where the plant is abundant. The flowers are enjoyed by insects.
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Image JPEG image Angelica
Angelica (Angelica sylvestris) is a short lived perennial that can be found growing in damp meadows, ditches and wet woodlands. It is a tall robust plant that can grow over one metre in height. The white flowers are tinged with red and the stems are purple. It is not toxic.
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Image JPEG image Angelica flowers
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Image JPEG image Angelica stems
The stems of Wild Angelica (Angelica sylvestris) are smooth, hairless and hollow but , unlike hemlock, they are a deep purple colour.
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Image JPEG image Wild carrot seedheads
The seed heads of wild carrot are distinctive. The plant is also known as Queen Anne’s Lace or Birds Nest Weed because of their appearance.
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Image JPEG image Wild carrot seeds
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Image JPEG image Wild carrot roots
The roots of Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) are edible for rabbits. However, the plant is a beneficial weed for insects and should not be uprooted from verges and other wild areas.
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