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Bromus erectus, upright brome grass, meadows and pastures, July diandrus, wall brome grass, sandy ground, June
maximus, large panicled brome grass, meadows and pastures, July uniolaides, flat spiked brome grass, meadows and pastures, July Avena fatua, wild oat grass, August, a weed in corn fields
pratensis, narrow leaved oat grass, meadows and pastures, July
Arundo phragmites, common reed, shady places, rivers and ponds, July
epigeios, wood reed, moist woods, July
calamagrostis, fine panicled reed, moist woods, July
arenaria, sea reed grass, meadows and pastures, August
Lolium perenne, perennial darnel, meadows and pastures, June
temulentum, bearded darnel, corn fields, July, a very pernicious weed amongst
arvense, white darnel, corn fields, July
Hordeum murinum, way-bennet or wall barley, walls and rubbish, June to August, against old walls and sides of bridges
pratense, meadow barley, moist pastures, June
bulbosum, bulbous barley grass, meadows and pastures, July Elymus europæus, wood lyme grass, woods, June
Triticum repens, creeping wheat grass, rubbish, June, August
caninum, bearded wheat grass, shady places, July
junceum, rush leaved wheat grass, meadows and pastures, August to September compositum, compound spiked wheat grass, meadows and pastures, August to
rigidum, stiff wheat grass, meadows and pastures, September to October.
Montia fontana, water chickweed, shallow waters, March.
Dipsacus fullonum,_manweed or fuller's teasel, hedges, July, purple, B. a lane leading to Radbourn, frequent near Derby
sylvestris, wild teasel, moist places, July, purple, road side near Kedleston, Spon
don, Thurvaston, &c.
pilosus, small teasel, moist places, August, white, Markeaton plantation, hedges near Derby, Spondon, &c.
Scabiosa succisa, devil's bit scabious, pastures, July to October, violet, P. near Little Ches
ter, in a pasture opposite Darley, a corn weed
arvensis, field scabious, June to August, purple, P. in corn fields near Breadsal
Sherardia arvensis, little field madder, corn fields, May to August, blue, A. in a high field
cynanchia, small woodruff, chalk hills, July, P. Normanton, Pinxton
Galium cruciatum, crosswort bed straw, bushy places, May to August, yellow, in Thornhill
farm, near Derby
palustre, white ladies' bed straw, moist meadows, July, white, P. Coxbench, near Bowbridge common
saxatile, smooth heath bed straw, heaths, July to August, white
uliginosum, rough marsh goose grass, moist pastures, August, white, P. Coxbench, Pleasley park, &c.
erectum, upright goose grass, moist pastures, June to July, white, in a wood near Wheathill
pusillum, least mount. goose grass, mountains, May to August, white, P. Matlock
Mollugo, great hedge goose grass, hedges, July to August, white, Pinxton, frequent aparine, goose grass or hairiff, hedges, May to August, white, Á. hedges and gardens, very common
montanum, mountain goose grass, high pastures, July, P. Middleton dale
Plantago major, broad plantain, meadows and pastures, June to August, road sides, common media, hoary plantain, meadows and pastures, May to August, on gravelly soil on
the side of roads lanceolata, rib-grass or plantain, meadows and pastures, June to August, P. fre
Coronopus, star of the earth, or buck's horn plantain, June to August, A. on a sandy bank at Swarkstone
Sanguisorba officinalis, great burnet, meadows and pastures, June, P. Breadsal meadow Cornus sanquinea, wild cornel or dog berry tree, woods, June, white, Derby, Kedleston, Glapwell, &c. common Parietaria officinalis, common pellitory of the wall, walls, May to August, green, on an old wall near the Holmes, Derby Alchemilla vulgaris, ladies' mantle, meadows and pastures, June to July, green arvensis, field ladies' mantle, corn fields, May to August, green.
Cuscuta europæa, greater dodder, hell weed or devil's guts, on thistles, July to September, a parasitical plant on flax and heath Epithymum, lesser dodder, on shrubs, August, on heath and thyme.
Ilex aquifolium, holly tree, hedges, May, white
Potamogeton natans, broad-leaved pond weed, rivers and ponds, July, green
perfoliatum, perfoliated pond weed, rivers and ponds, July to August, purple
crispum, curled pond weed or the greater water caltrops, May to June, red-
lanceolatum, lanceolate pond weed, rivulets, June to July, greenish Sagina procumbens, trailing pearl wort, chickweed, or break stones, rubbish, May to Aug.
white, dry walls and gravel walks
apetala, annual pearl wort, rubbish, May to June, white, walls, gravel walks, and
other dry situations
Monchia erecta, least stitchwort, gravelly soils, April to May.
CLASS 5. PENTANDRIA.MONOGYNIA.
Myosotis scorpioides palustris, water mouse ear or scorpion grass, May to August, blue, in
the Wilderness, Priory near Breadsall
arvensis, field scorpion grass, corn fields, May to August, blue, on the high grounds about Derby, frequent
versicolor, small flowered field scorpion, April to June
Lethospermum officinale, corn gromwell, on the side of the road between Matlock bath and
Matlock, June, P.
arvense, corn gromwell or bastard alkanet, corn fields, May to June, A. Breadsall and Allestree Cynoglossum officinale, hound's tongue, rubbish, June, purple and red, P. Ashover and
Symphytural officinale, common comfrey, wet places, May to June, white, hedges and banks of rivers, common
Borago, officinalis, common borage, rubbish, June to July, blue, A. corn fields and road sides Lycopsis arvensis, small bugloss, corn fields, June to July, blue, A.
Echium vulgare, viper's bugloss, limestone hills, July to September, white, B. Horsley Castle and limestone hills, frequent
violaceum, violet coloured bugloss, Ingleby meadows
Primula vulgaris, common primrose, hedge banks, April to May, yellow, P. on hedge banks between Brailsford and Ashbourn
elatior, oxlip primrose, woods, April to May, yellow, P. Mickleover and near Breadsal
officinalis, common cowslip, meadows and pastures, April to May, yellow, P. veris, great cowslip, woods, April to May, yellow, P. Glapwell, Hardwick, &c. Menyanthes trifoliata, water or marsh trefoil or buckbean, in marshes and moist meadows at Mackworth, South Normanton, and Shirley park, not common, June to July, white, P.
Hottonia palustris, water violet, ditches, Chester green and Dead man's lane, near Derby, June to July, flesh colour, P.
Anagallis arvensis, scarlet pimpernel, corn fields, June to July, scarlet, A.
tenella, bog pimpernel or purple-flowered moneywort, boggy places, July to Aug. rose colour, A. on Quarndon Common, Pinxton, &c.
Lysimachia vulgaris, yellow loosestrife or willow herb, waters and shady places, July, yel
low, Markeaton woods, banks of rivers, &c.
nemorum, pimpernel of the woods, woods, May to October, yellow, P. Mack
worth, Markeaton woods, and Coxbench
Nummularia, creeping loosestrife, moist shady places, June to July, yellow, P. in a meadow opposite Spondon, by the Derwent
Convolvulus arvensis, corn bindweed, corn fields and road sides about Derby, June to July,
sepium, great bindweed, in moist hedges about Derby, common, July to Au
gust, white, P.
Polemonium cœruleum, Greek valerian or Jacob's ladder, mountains, June, blue, Lover'sleap, Buxton, limestone cliffs and meadows near Bakewell, Alfreton brook, Woodheaves near Ashbourn, the colour greatly exceeds that of the cultivated plant in brilliancy
Campanula rotundifolia, round-leaved bell flower, heaths, August to September, blue, P.
High Tor, Matlock, Dale Abbey, and Chee Tor
patula, field bell flower, pastures, July to August, violet, B. in the Nut-wood,
latifolia, giant or broad-leaved bell flower, shady moist places, August, purple, P. Little Chester, Dovedale, Matlock and Rowsley
Trachelium, Canterbury bells, woods, July, violet, Duffield, Pinxton, &c. glomerata, clustered bell flower, chalky places, July, violet, on old walls at Haddon Hall, in fields on a dry soil
hybrida, lesser Venus, looking-glass or codded corn violet, corn fields, August,
violet, not very common
hederacea, ground ivy or alehoof, moist shady places, June to August, blue, under hedges, very common Jasione montana, hairy sheep's scabious, sandy pastures, June to July, blue, Derby, Pleasley, Wingerworth, &c.
Viola hirta, hairy violet, chalky soil, March to April, blue, P. Matlock bath, not very common odorata, sweet scented violet, shady places, March to April, purple, P. hedge banks about Derby, frequent
palustris, marsh violet, mossy bogs, April, blue, Dingle near Quarndon Common and Markeaton wood
canina, dog's violet, heaths, April to May, blue, P. in Markeaton wood
tricolor, pansies or heart's ease, May to September, yellow, corn fields near Quarndon, Ripley, &c.
lutea, yellow mountain violet, meadow pastures, May to October, yellow, P. Dovedale, Lea, Wirksworth and High Peak
grandiflora, great yellow violet, Moor lands
Verbascum Thapsus, great mullein or lady's foxglove, road sides, July to August, yellow,
Matlock, Middleton dale and Dale Abbey
Lychnitis, white mullein, road sides, July to August, cream colour
nigrums, sage-leaved black mullein, chalky soil, August, yellow, B. on dry banks at Duffield, Makeney, and Stanton by Bridge
blattaria, yellow moth mullein, gravelly places, July, yellow, Haddon Datura stramonium, thorn apple, rubbish, July, white, A. Derby, Pinxton, &c.
Hyoscyamus niger, henbane, rubbish, June, straw colour, B. Darley, Little Chester, Derby,
Chellaston, &c. a poisonous plant Atropa Bella-donna, deadly night-shade, rubbish, June, violet, P. Repton, Horsley and Hardwick, a scarce plant, the berries and plant are poisonous Solanum Dulcamara, woody night-shade or bitter sweet, hedges, June to July, violet, P.
common about Derby
nigrum, common night-shade, rubble, June to October, white, A. in a lane leading to Normanton near Derby Chironia Centaurium, common centaury, gravelly pastures, July to October, rose, high ground about Breadsall
Lonicera caprifolium, pale perfoliate honeysuckle, woods, May to June, yellow pericly menum, common honeysuckle, hedges, May to July, yellow, Duffield and
other places, frequent Rhamnus catharticus, purging buckthorn, hedges, May to June, green, in hedges on the
Frangula, black berry or bearing alder buckthorn, woods, May, white, S. in moist woods and hedges, frequent at Glapwell
Evonymus europæus, spindle tree, hedges, April to May, white, S. romantic rocks at Mat
lock and Stretton
Ribes rubrum, common currant, woods, May, green, S. Derby, Duffield and Mackworth alpinum, mountain currant, woods, April to May, green, in a hedge near Ilam grossularia, rough gooseberry, hedges, green, S. in a stone quarry at Horsley Castle, Duffield and Pleasley Hedera helix, common berried ivy, woods, October, green, Kedleston church is completely covered with it Vinca minor, lesser periwincle, bushy places, May, violet, Little Chester and near to Ash
major, greater periwincle, groves, May, blue, Matlock bath and Pleasley park.
Chenopodium Bonus Henricus, English mercury or allgood, rubbish, May to August, green,
old walls and sometimes in fields
murale, nettle-leaved goose foot, rubbish, August to September, green, some
times in cultivated land
rubrum, red goose foot or sowbane, dunghills and rubbish, August, green urbicum, upright blite, dunghills and ditches by the road side, August,
hybridum, maple-leaved goose foot, rubbish, August, green
album, white orache, rubbish, August, green, gardens and cultivated land viride, green goose foot, rubbish, August, green, frequent on cultivated land serotinum, flag-leaved blite, rubbish, August to October, green, dunghills olidum, stinking goose foot, rubbish, August, green
polyspermum, round-leaved goose foot, blite or allseed, rubbish, July to August, green, dunghills and cultivated ground
Ulmus campestris, elm tree, hedges, April, brown, very fine near Duffield church and about
montana, broad-leaved elm or wych hazel, woods, April, brown, not common Anethum fæniculum, common fennel, dry soil, July to August, yellow Gentiana Pneumonanthe, marsh gentian, moist heaths, August to September, blue
Amarella, autumnal gentian, August, purple, Matlock bath and High pastures,
campestris, field gentian, gravelly pastures, September, purple Sanicula europæa, wood sanicle, woods, May, white
Daucus carota, wild carrot, meadows and pastures about Derby, common, June to July, white Scandix Pecten Veneris, needle chervil, Venus comb or shepherd's needle, corn fields, July,
Anthriscus, rough chervil, hedge banks, May to June, white
Torilis Anthriscus, hedge parsley, hedge banks, May to June, white
Caucalis arvensis, corn parsley, corn fields, July, yellowish
Chærophyllum sylvestre, cow parsley or wild cicely, hedges, May to June, white
Myrrhis temulenta, hedge chervil, hedges, July to August
odorata, sweet chervil, hedges, May to June
Sium angustifolium, water parsnip, rivulets, July to August, white, ditches, common
nodiflorum, creeping parsnip, rivulets, July to August, white
Sison inundatum, least parsnip, rivulets, ponds and stagnated waters, May to June, white Bunium bulbocastanum, great earth nut, kipper nut or hawk nut, pastures, May, white,
common about Derby
flexuosum, common pig nut, pastures, May to June, white, common in sandy meadows about Derby Tordylium nodosum, knotted parsley, on heaps of loose stones and on the sides of fields,
Cicuta virosa, long-leaved water hemlock or cowbane, ditches, August, white
Ethusa cynapium, fool's parsley, corn fields, July to August, white, a common garden weed
Conium maculatum, hemlock, hedges, June to July, white
Egopodium Podagraria, gout weed, ash weed or herb gerard, shady places, May to June, white, under hedges and in gardens Imperatoria Ostruthium, masterwort, August, white, found near Buxton, probably from a garden, it being a Scotch plant Angelica sylvestris, wild angelica, moist woods, July, flesh colour Pimpinella saxifraga, meadow saxifrage, dry pastures, August, white
magna, great golden saxifrage, woods, July to August, white, in moist grounds, in woods and near springs Hydrocotyle vulgaris, marsh pennywort, marshes, May, common in boggy ground.
Galanthus nivalis, snowdrop or fair maid of February, hedge banks, February, white, Breadsall meadow, in a meadow near Duffield and at Kirk Ireton Narcissus pseudo-narcissus, common daffodil, meadows, March to April, yellow, P. it covers a whole meadow on the banks of the Derwent near Lea wood Allium vineale, crow garlic, meadows, July, flesh colour, Ashover, Breadsall, &c. plentiful, a weed in grass land
ursinum, ramsons, wild garlic, woods, May to June, white, P. Dalbury, Darley, Derby, &c.
oleraceum, streaked field garlic, corn fields, July, green Fritillaria meleagris, common fritillary, meadows, May, purple
Narthecium ossifragum, Lancashire asphodel, bogs, July to August, yellow, P. Dethicke Hyacinthus non scriptus, harebell hyacinth, woods, May, blue, P. Markeaton wood, the roots are said to be poisonous
Scilla nutans, wild hyacinth, woods, May, blue, P. Markeaton wood
umbellatum, common star of Bethlehem, meadows, April to May, white, in the Holmes, Derby
Convallaria majalis, lily of the valley, meadows, May, white, Dovedale and Via Gellia in
multiflora, Solomon's seal, woods, May, white, woods opposite Matlock bath Julipa sylvestris, wild tulip, meadows, April, yellow, in the Holmes, Derby
Acorus calamus, sweet-smelling flag, pools, June, green, P. Cutthorpe near Chesterfield.
The root powdered might supply the place of foreign spices
Juncus glaucus, hard rush, meadows and pastures, July
bulbosus, bulbous rush, moist meadows, June, Little Chester near Derby
Luciola campestris, hairy field rush, barren pastures, May to June
pilosus, hairy rush, meadows and pastures, April
Berberis vulgaris, barberry bush, bushy places, May to June, yellow, S. hedges at Mackworth and on the Kedleston road. This plant is injurious to corn lands Peplis portula, water purslane, watery places, September, red.
Rumex sanguíneus, bloodwort or bloody dock, shady places, July, B. Dethicke
Hydrolapathum, water dock, pools, July to August
palustris, yellow marsh dock, marshes, July to August
acetosa, meadow sorrel dock, meadows and pastures, June, P.
acetosella, sheep's sorrel dock, meadows and pastures, May to June, P. Triglochin palustre, arrow-headed grass, marshy meadows, July, greenish Colchicum autumnale, meadow saffron, meadows, September, purple, very abundant in Breadsall meadow.
Alisma plantago, great water plantain, pits and ponds, July to August, purple ranunculoides, lesser thrum wort, pools, July to August, purple, rare lanceolata, narrow-leaved thrum wort, shallow waters
damasonium, star-headed water plant, pits and ponds, June to August, white, rare.
CLASS 7. HEPTANDRIA.
Epilobium angustifolium, rose bay willow herb, meadows, July, purple, Darley, Matlock, and on the edge of Markeaton brook hirsutum, great hairy willow herb or codlins and cream, watery places, July, pink, P.