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CORYDALIS bulbosa.

In an old quarry at Mansfield; near Annesley Church. Nott.

NASTURTIUM sylvestre.

Very common on the banks of the Trent, and not unfrequent elsewhere.


TURRITIS glabra. Field between Radford and Lenton; Lenton; Bestwood Park; near Bulwell and Cuckney. Nott.

CARDAMINE impatiens. Banks of the Cromford Canal, near Brinsley and Langley Mill.


amara. Hop grounds on the Grete, Southwell; near Mansfield; in many places on the Trent, from the junction of the Erewash down to Nottingham.


COCHLEARIA officinalis. Walls at Wollaton (Deering); Kirkby (Ordoyno). Nott.

TEESDALIA nudicaulis. Very common throughout the sand district.

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RESEDA lutea. Bulwell; near Pleasley; Nottingham Meadows;

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- fruticulosa, (or alba.) Nottingham Castle. Ch. Babington,
sp. (Probably planted or sown there, as not being men-
tioned by Howitt. The same remark will apply to Hype-
ricum Androsæmum. Botanists should be cautious of sending
specimens from doubtful places, without explanation, as if
really wild ones.)

DROSERA longifolia. Stapleford Moor. Nott.
VIOLA lutea. Bramcote. Nott.

DIANTHUS deltoides. Beeston Lane; Nottingham Park, and Forest,
in several places. Nott.
Caryophyllus. Rufford.


SILENE anglica. Frequent near Mansfield; Farnsfield and Oxton Forests. Noit.

nutans. Nottingham Castle. Ch. Babington, sp. Rocks in Nottingham Park; rock at Sneinton Hermitage. Nott. "Since the burning of Nottingham Castle, the Catchfly has spread itself nearly over the whole of the ruins.”

noctiflora. Between Mansfield and Sutton-in-Ashfield; fields near Bilborough. Nott.

MONCHIA erecta.


Abundant in the neighbourhood of Nottingham.

CERASTIUM arvense. Radford; Farnsfield; Nottingham Park and Forest; Bulwell; Mansfield. Nott.

RADIOLA millegrana. Stapleford Moor; about Farnsfield and Oller

ton. Nott.

TILIA parvifolia. Frequent. Nott.

HYPERICUM Androsamum. Nottingham Castle.

Ch. Babington, sp.

montanum. Between Bulwell and Nuthall, in several

places; Mapperley Hills. Nott.

HYPERICUM dubium. On the road-side from Nottingham to Edwalton, near West Bridgford. Nott.

GERANIUM phæum. The Rev. G. Crabbe, in B. G., is the only authority for this species in Nottinghamshire. Probably a stray plant from some garden might have been seen by


sanguineum. Creswell Crags. Nott.

ERODIUM maritimum.

Near Sherwood Hall, on the margin of the


Forest, where it covers a bank of sand for more than a mile.
Near the Rock Houses, Mansfield.
Nottingham Lammas Fields. Nott.

G. Howitt, sp.

RHAMNUS catharticus. Frequent. Nott.

Frangula. Frequent in the magnesian limestone district.

ULEX nanus. Mansfield Forest, near Fountain Dale; Wollaton
Old Pits (Deering); Potter's Hill, and fields near Thurlby
Moors (Ordoyno). Nott.

ONONIS spinosa.

Frequent. Nott.

ASTRAGALUS glycyphyllos. Woods near Colwick, and Clifton; Beeston Lane, and Shaw's Lane, near Nottingham; in several places near Newark (Ordoyno). Noit.

LOTUS tenuis. In fields between Gotham and West Leake. Nott. MEDICAGO sativa. Mansfield and Hoveringham (Ordoyno); in plantations on Sutton Forest. Nott.

maculata. Common in the neighbourhood of Nottingham. Nott.

VICIA angustifolia. In many parts of Nottingham Park, and on the Race Course. Nott.

lathyroides. Nottingham Park and in several parts of the Bowling Alley Fields. Nott.

LATHYRUS sylvestris. Colwick Park pales (Deering); near the Toll Bar on Debdon Hill, between Kelham and Caunton; between Clifton and Barton, by the road-side; on Mapperly Hills.






Fields on the Beacon Hill, Newark (Ordoyno).

In several parts of Nottingham Park (Deering).

Beacon Hill Fields, Newark; Kirkby Hardwick; Bulwell Lime Quarries, near the Wood Hall. Nott. PRUNUS Padus. Norwood Park; Colwick Woods.

FRAGARIA elatior. Woods near Pleasley.



POTENTILLA argentea. Quonce Close, Newark; Farnsfield; Bramcote; Chilwell; Nottingham Park; and Larkdale.

COMARUM palustre. Rather frequent. Nott.

SANGUISORBA officinalis. Frequent. Nott.

Rosa spinosissima. In many places.



villosa. Bramcote Moor; near Wollaton and Aspley. Nott. tomentosa, (and scabriuscula). Frequent. Nott.

Rosa micrantha. In an old stone quarry, near Bulwell Wood Hall. Nott.

ROSA inodora (Borreri). Common. canina (Forsteri and sarmentacea).


PYRUS communis.



Common. Observed by Ordoyno alone. Nott. torminalis. Colwick Park; near Mapperley Hills. EPILOBIUM roseum. Frequent in the vicinity of Nottingham; and in many places in the Trent Vale. Nott.

MYRIOPHYLLUM verticillatum. Trent below Colwick (Deering); in a pool in Nottingham Meadows; plentifully. CERATOPHYLLUM demersum. Nottingham Meadows.


LYTHRUM hyssopifolium. Not now found in the station given in B. G. from Deering.

BRYONIA dioica. Common. Nott.

HERNIARIA glabra. Quonce Close, near Newark; and sandy closes thence toward Hawton. (Ordoyno). Nott.

SEDUM dasyphyllum. Walls of Kirkby Church (Ordoyno). Nott. - glaucum. Near Nottingham (Deering). Nott.

RIBES rubrum. Not frequent. Nott.

alpinum. Felley Mill, near Annesley. Nott.

nigrum. By the Leen side at Basford, and Radford (Deering);
Papplewick Bridge, on the road to Linby (Ordoyno);
Drury's Dam; Carbanks Wood, and in other places near
Mansfield. Nott.

CHRYSOSPLENIUM alternifolium. Bottom of Epperstone Wood; Near
Carbanks Field; Fountain Dale, and bogs near Farnsfield.

TORILIS infesta. Gamston Moor; between Gotham and West Leake, on the lias limestone.


"PrinI have not

PASTINACA sutiva. Morton, near Southwell. G. Howitt, sp. cipally in the clay and lias limestone districts.

observed it in the sand or magnesian limestone district; and

in only one station in the coal formation." Nott.

PEUCEDANUM palustre. By the side of a small stream between Mansfield Wood House and Park Hall. Nott.

ANGELICA Archangelica. "Wellow Park, undoubtedly indigenous." Nott. (The words are quoted from Mr. Jowett.)

SILAUS pratensis. Rather frequent.


FONICULUM vulgare. Nottingham Castle rock. Nott. and Ch. Bab

ington, sp.

ENANTHE pimpinelloides. Bulwell and Morton; Farnsfield Car, and Clifton Cow-pasture.


- peucedanifolia. Halam Bottoms and Southwell. Nott. (Erase "sp." The specimen probably belongs to E. pimpinelloides. - Page 266.)

Phellandrium. In many parts of the Trent Vale; banks of the Erewash, below Eastwood. Nott.


BUPLEURUM rotundifolium. Corn fields near Creswell Crags. PIMPINELLA magna. Frequent in the coal and red clay districts; rather rare elsewhere. Nott.

SIUM latifolium. Old Trent ditches, near Averham Meadows (Ordoyno); banks of the Grete, near Southwell. Nott.

CARUM Carui. Newark Meadows (Ordoyno); field between Hucknall-under-Huthwaite and Whiteborough, by the foot road; Nottingham Meadows, and near the Toll Bar, on the Forest.


SISON Amomum.

Newark and Southwell; Green Hill, Colwick; between Gedling and Bulcote; near East Leake and Bunny. Nott. PETROSELINUM sativum. On the rocks in Nottingham Park. Nott. APIUM graveolens. Costock (Deering); Lenton; Kirklington Toll Bar; Halam Cross; Thurgarton; Lowdham; banks of the Leen, near Nottingham; near the Mill in the Hole, Basford. Nott.

CICUTA virosa. Formerly found in the Fish Pond, Nottingham Park, the site of which is now occupied by gardens, and the plant eradicated; also in the Leen, opposite the Rock Holes, but sought in vain for ten or twelve years past. Nott. ANTHRISCUS Cerefolium. Trent side near Clifton; Nuthall. MYRRHIS odorata. Near Bramcote. Nott. (Erase “sp.”.


SMYRNIUM Olusatrum. Nottingham Castle Rock. Nott.
VIBURNUM Lantana. Colwick. Nott.



VISCUM album. Frequent on the apple and pear, in many parts of the county. Nott.

GALIUM tricorne. In a corn field between Gotham and West Leake. Nott. (This is G. saccharatum of Dr. Howitt's Flora ; and Mr. Cooper's specimen of G. saccharatum, mentioned on page 267 of the present work, also proves to be G. tricorne.) FEDIA dentata.


Mansfield; Cinder Hill, Bulwell and Ollerton.

DIPSACUS pilosus. Pleasley Forge; Flintham Wood, Epperstone
Wood; Thurgarton; Beauvale Abbey. Nott.

HYPOCHERIS glabra. Öxton Forest. (Ordoyno.) Nott.
HIERACIUM Sylvaticum. Frequent. Noti.

umbellatum. Frequent. Nott.

paludosum. In a boggy field between Annesley and Annesley Woodhouse. Nott.

CREPIS biennis. Halam Hill, and Oxton Hill. (Ordoyno.) Nott. PRENANTHES muralis. Basford Church; Southwell; Coddington: between Blyth and Bawtry; Mansfield; Edingley; Felley Mill; Nuthall. Nott.

LACTUCA saligna. In the hollow way at Carleton. (Pulteney. Nott. (It appears that neither this station, nor the one mentioned on page 267, has been verified by the present botanists of the county.)

virosa. By the Trent at Clifton, and Colwick Saw-yard; Southwell, Coddington, and between Blyth and Bawtry. Nott.

SONCHUS palustris. Eddingley Moor; Edingley Mill Dam. Nott. CNICUS acaulis. On Sherwood Forest, between Budby and Ollerton; between Darlton and Great Markham. Nott,

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CNICUS pratensis. In the Moon Meadows, near Clifton Cow-pastures. Nott.

eriophorus. Normanton, Kirklington, Debdon Hill Toll Bar, Caunton, and High-cross Hill, near Thurgarton; between Bulwell and Nuthall, and Broxtowe.


ONOPORDUM Acanthium. Frequent in the vicinity of Nottingham. Nott. GNAPHALIUM dioicum. On Mansfield Forest, near the gate leading off the forest to Blidworth. Nott.

CONYZA squarrosa.

Pleasley (Deering); in a lane leading from Mansfield Woodhouse to Mansfield Forest. Nott.

ERIGERON acris. Frequent in the magnesian limestone and sand district. Nott.

SENECIO Saracenicus.

Banks of Greasley Reservoir. Nott. (See Convallaria multiflora.)

ANTHEMIS nobilis. Bestwood Park; in several places near Notting

ham. Nott.

CAMPANULA patula. Wellow Park, near Ollerton.


Rapunculus. Plantation at Coddington. (Ordoyno.) Nott. latifolia. Rather frequent in the coal and red-clay districts, rare elsewhere.


rapunculoides. A troublesome weed in several places near Nottingham. Nott.

Trachelium. Pleasley Wood, on the magnesian limestone, and woods near West Leake. Nott.

glomerata. Mansfield; Newark Meadows; Trowell Moor; near Annesley. Nott.

VACCINIUM Vitis-Idea. In bogs on the Rainworth; particularly abundant near Fountain Dale; Papplewick Forest.

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PYROLA minor. In a wood near the Welbeck Toll Bar. Nott. MONOTROPA Hypopitys. Oak plantations near Ollerton. Nott. GENTIANA Pneumonanthe. Langford and Stapleford Moors; Houghton Park, near Tuxford. Nott.

CHLORA perfoliata. Most frequent in the magnesian limestone district. Nott.

VILLARSIA nymphæoides.

In the Lake at Welbeck. Nott.

CUSCUTA Epithymum. About Southwell.

ANCHUSA Sempervirens. Near Ollerton; Mansfield Quarries, and in

an old quarry at Colwick.


MYOSOTIS repens. Pleasly, Rainworth, and Oxton bogs.

sylvatica. Clifton Grove, abundantly. Nott.
collina. Frequent in the sand district.



VERBASCUM Lychnitis. (Not verified in the locality of Clifton.) · pulverulentum. (Not verified at Wollaton Hall and Nottingham.)

nigrum. Rufford, Wollaton, Mansfield, and near Clipstone Water; Annesley; Ollerton.


SOLANUM nigrum. Common in the vicinity of Nottingham. Nott. ATROPA Belladonna. Gypsum Cliff, at Clifton; stone quarries at Mansfield, and one or two other stations in the neighbourhood of Cuckney Church-yard Close. Nott.

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