Creeping Buttecup ( Ranunculus repens)


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Buttercup Family: Ranunculaceae

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A very variable perennial with long, creeping and rooting runners. The leaves are triangular in outline with three deeply toothed segments, the middle one of which is stalked. It differs from the Meadow Buttercup by having a hairy stem.Grows on grassy habitats, including woodland rides and clearings, especially on wet, heavy calcareous or slightly acid clay soils. Found throughout Britain. Can also be a troublesome garden weed. Flowers Yellow May to August


 Creeping Buttercup BB3RY6 11065


 Creeping Buttercup 11073 BB3P87


 Creeping Buttercup 11060 BB3P6B