The Stangrove Pond Survey - 2006

Flora

Vascular Plants

Agrimonia eupatoria Agrimony  
Anthriscus sylvestris Cow Parsley  
Arctium lappa Burdock  
Arum maculatum Wild Arum  
Bellis perennis Common Daisy  
Calystegia sepium Bindweed  
Centaurea nigra Common Knapweed  
Cirsium palustre Marsh Thistle  
Cirsium vulgare Creeping Thistle  
Epilobium hirsutum Great Willowherb  
Filipendula ulmaria Meadowsweet  
Galium aparine Cleavers  
Geranium dissectum Cut-leaved Crane's-bill  
Geum urbanum Wood Avens  
Glechoma hedracea Ground-ivy  
Hedera helix Ivy  
Iris pseudacorus Flag Iris  
Lemna minor Duckweed  
Lycopus europaeus Gipsywort  
Lysimachia nummalaria Creeping-Jenny  
Lythrum salicaria Purple Loosestrife  
Mentha aquatica Water Mint  
Plantago lanceolata Ribwort Plantain  
Plantago major Greater Plantain  
Polygonium aviculare Knotgrass  
Ranunculus ficaria Lesser Celandine  
Ranunculus repens Creeping Buttercup  
Rubus fruticosus Bramble  
Rumex acetosa Sorrel  
Rumex obtusifolius Broad-leaved Dock  
Solanum dolcamara Woody Nightshade  
Sparganium erectum Bur-Reed  
Taraxacum officinale Dandelion  
Teesdalia nudicaulis Shepherds Purse  
Urtica dioica Stinging Nettle  
Veronica chamaedrys Germander Speedwell  
  Water Lily Species Unknown

Grasses

Alopecurus pratensis Meadow Foxtail  
Dactylis glomerata Cocksfoot  
Festuca gigantia Meadow Fescue  
Holcus lanatus Yorkshire Fog  
Lolium perenne Perennial Ryegrass  
Phleum pratense Timothy Grass  
Triticum aestivum Bread Wheat from duck food

Sedges

Carex laevigata Smooth-stalked Sedge Fairly sure...
Carex pendula Pendulous Sedge  

Rushes

Juncus effusus Soft rush  

Trees

Acer saccharinum Silver Maple  
Aesculus hippocastanum Horse Chestnut  
Crataegus monogyna Hawthorn  
Fraxinus excelsior Ash  
Malus purpurea Purple Crab Apple  
Malus sylvestris Crab Apple  
Populus canescens Grey Poplar  
Prunus avium Cherry Most probably...
Quercus robur Pendunculate Oak  
Salix caprea Goat Willow  
Salix fragilis Crack Willow Fairly sure, there are many varieties/cultivars, etc.
Tilia europaea European Lime  
Ulmus procera English Elm Fairly sure, there are many varieties/cultivars, etc.