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Paeonia 'Sword Dance' flower

Added on 24 Jul, 2012 | 1 photo


Acer palmatum 'Sango-Kaku'

Added on 8 Nov, 2009 | 1 photo

Taken in autumn 08.


+Laburnocytisus adamii

Added on 26 May, 2009 | 4 photos

Species: +Laburnocytisus adamii.

The strangest tree in the plant kingdom. Taken in Beechmount, Navan. Flowers to follow


Acer pennsylvanicum

Added on 8 Nov, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Acer.
Species: Acer pennsylvanicum.

Taken in autumn '08. It is mostly noted for it's 'snake' bark, being striated with white, bu...



Added on 8 Nov, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Carpinus.
Species: Carpinus betulus.

Taken in autumn '08.


Wild Orchid

Added on 14 Jul, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Dactylorhiza.
Species: Dactylorhiza fuchsii.

Growing beside a meadow in Rowallane, Co. Down


Beech Wood

Added on 9 Nov, 2010 | 1 photo

Genus: Fagus.
Species: Fagus sylvatica.

Beech wood at Dunsany, Co. Meath at the old railway bridge, displaying it's autumn finery.


Malus 'Gorgeous'

Added on 25 Nov, 2010 | 1 photo

Genus: Malus.
Species: Malus 'Gorgeous'.

Pretty red fruited 'crab' apple, growing in Warrenstown college. It makes a small tree with pale pink/...


Nyssa sylvatica

Added on 1 Nov, 2012 | 1 photo

Genus: Nyssa.
Species: Nyssa sylvatica.

This brilliantly coloured tree was taken in Mount Usher gardens in Wicklow. The leaves are more blunt than N. si...


Parrotia persica

Added on 8 Nov, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Parrotia.
Species: Parrotia persica.

Taken in autumn '08. It probably holds it's autumn colour longer than any other tree. From early Septe...


Primrose bank

Added on 23 Apr, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Primula.
Species: Primula vulgaris.

Taken on a sunny bank on the way to work


Primroses in grass

Added on 23 Apr, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Primula.
Species: Primula vulgaris.

Growing on a vertical bank by the roadside


Prunus padus

Added on 26 Apr, 2009 | 2 photos

Genus: Prunus.
Species: Prunus padus.

This is the 'Bird Cherry'. Not as spectacular as other Cherries but unusual (here anyway)