flowerhead about 3-4cms across
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The trefoil leaves are very distinctive - very thin and delicate (some sources say this is the Irish shamrock).
A particularly beautiful & overlooked flower. Note the leaves taste of apple-peel, but some say that eating too many can lead to kidney-stones. Well done for not just assuming they were more wood anemone. The leaves can form stunning lime-green carpets at this time of year & once the flowers open they can be humming with nectar collectors
contain the same ingredient as rhubarb - oxalic acid. This is toxic in quantity, but a few leaves do perk up a salad!
Lat/Lng: 52.5538, -2.8819
OS grid ref: SO403954
Between Coates and the Long Mynd