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Observed: 22nd June 2013 By: IWoodwardIWoodward’s reputation in PlantsIWoodward’s reputation in PlantsIWoodward’s reputation in PlantsIWoodward’s reputation in Plants
Hawk Wood NR unknown 2013-06-22 (2)
Hawk Wood NR unknown 2013-06-22 (3)
Description:

In a grassy area near a pond on a nature reserve run by a friends group, where a number of wild flowers have been planted as well as crocuses and daffs. May have been introduced to the site. Leaves remind me of Stellaria graminea/holostea but flower is very different.

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lavateraguy's picture

I found a Nemesia strumosa (or hybrid) ...

... growing as a pavement weed on Friday. That appeared to have one large petal below, and 4 small petals above, whilst in this case I can't even make a reasonable guess as to what bits of the corolla are homologous to individual petals. Nor would I describe the leaves of Nemesoa strumosa as reminiscent of Stellaria holostea/graminea, whilst the leaves shown above would qualify for that description.

It's probably some sort of euasterid, but that covers a lot of ground.