Submitted by irturner on Sat, 22/09/2018 - 18:41

    Both were found t the far end of Sence valley just where the track hits the pisca road.

    The first is a scented plant with branching leaves which i speculate is Parsley-piert except that has bright green stalks and this has red or dark green ones.

    The second is rose or bramble like as a flower but then is close to the ground and the flower is larger than the leaves and that discounts wild strawberries


    Submitted by David Nicholls on Mon, 01/10/2018 - 20:39


    The first isn't Parsley-piert - this is a tiny plant. Your leaves look like Herb Robert.

    Submitted by sue on Sat, 06/10/2018 - 21:27



    Agree with Dave regarding your first plant. 

    The second one looks like a bramble flower - but details of leaves, stems, and the general growth habit of the plant would be needed to pin it down.  Within some plant families, including Rosaceae, the individual species within a genus often have very similar flowers, and the best way to separate the species is through another character such as leaf shape, or calyx etc.   So, if you can, its best to try and take photos of all aspects of the plant,