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These small flowers/clovers have been growing in the patch of weeds and grass that we laughingly call lawn. I know they are not buttercups, but have no idea what they are. They are very small as you can see from the attached picture, sorry about the muddy hand! The flowers start off bright yellow, (not done justice by the pictures) and as the flower ages, they turn orange and finally redish. I am happy to let daisys, buttercups and other clovers grow there, I really just want to know what they are, thankyou.

Not a buttercup (19/06/2012)Not a buttercup (19/06/2012)Not a buttercup (19/06/2012)

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  • Posted: Tue. 19th June 2012 19:07

Re: Not a buttercup

Reply from Jan Jones

Birds-foot trefoil - native British/European perennial.

  • Posted: Tue. 19th June 2012 19:40