<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> Oxford Ragwort

 

 
Oxford Ragwort
 

 

Oxford Ragwort escaped from the Oxford Botanic Garden in 1794 and has been spreading outwards ever since. A yellow daisy-like flower similar to other Ragworts, but first appearing much earlier in the year than all the rest.

Particularly common in the south east, often found on bare and waste ground in urban areas. In flower from mid spring to late autumn.

 

 

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