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I am tempted to ID this as Senecio erucifolius which the leaves suggest but it is a bit hard to be sure, so I am making this comment to see what others think.
Hi Graham Interesting you should pick up on this as this Ragwort Never seemed right to me I have quite a few images which I will add to this Obs one thing that struck me was the way the leaves all seemed to point upwards Obs to follow I raised it on a couple of Botany sites but no one seemed to profer anything but common Ragwort
General description on Meadow slopiing field whichI think possibly may or may not have arose out of mine or other workings and was leveled It was at the perimeter just on the drop down slope 2 m or so at its edge 2005 was a very good flowering year in Northern England
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I would agree to it being Hoary Ragwort - Senecio erucifolius looks right to me. It grows on our Lower Burgh Meadow, I had the same problem WR never looked right - I had it ID through BSBI.
Many Thanks Graeme / Carol
I shall return this Summer to see how robest Stace is for its ID . I have also a possible Oxford Ragwort Query
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