light green fluffy seed heads of wild clematis clambering over unhacked hedges more observable than earlier flowers
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The flowers, being white, are often assumed to be the flowers of hawthorn, blackthorn, blackberry etc. but no mistaking the fluffy seed heads!
thanks had assumed green flowers ,remember now seeing on wall at Castle Acre priory small white flowers now understand why miss when driving in hedges.helpful.Ann
Lat/Lng: 51.655, -2.342
OS grid ref: ST764951
also spotted fri on roadside hedges just south of Stratford upon Avon where they have been profuse displays for many years-at least 15