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Western Isles Wildflowers
Western Isles wildflowers is a collection of information about our Hebridean wildflowers including identification hints, traditional herbal uses and general plant lore.
Gaelic name: Biadh an t-Sionaidh
English stonecrop grows on rocks and sandy soil. It flowers from June to August.
See a close-up photograph of an English Stonecrop flower.
English Stonecrop is a native plant of the Western Isles.
We also get Sedum acre (wall pepper or biting stonecrop) growing on sandy or rocky seashores in the Western Isles. Wall pepper has yellow flowers and hot-tasting leaves.
Photography © Suzanne Harris
Lemreway - Isle of Lewis - Outer Hebrides (Western Isles)
30th June, 2007
Flowers By Colours:
blue or purplish
orchid ID notes
Colour of the season
May 27th Lush Green!
June 11th White
June 25th Pink
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