Small green flowers, Five faces as in clock tower and one on the top. Plentifull bright green, lobed leaves.
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The flower on top was for the Spitfire pilots to tell the times so I was told
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It was always an oddity when I did my botany (too long ago). It was not thought to be closely related to anything else. it was one of a couple of plants that Keeble Martin made a non-scientific comment about. He (being a man of the cloth) called it a "symbol of Christian watchfulness".
I have found another clump on a bridleway about a mile away. This time it's growing on a bank under a hedge in damp conditions. Again just one isolated clump.
Lat/Lng: 51.2, -1.0
OS grid ref: SU7354