||growing on vertical slate. Ecological tenacity. The only plant growing on a large area of S.facing, barren, vertical slate.
||View of young plant, no flowers, growing in stone wall. Not to be confused with Marsh Pennywort, Hydrocotyle vulgaris!
||Image of one plant in flower. Orange form
||Multi stemmed plant growing out of and from under the engine compartment of an abandoned vehicle. Bethesda, N. Wales, UK. Willow is a pioneer species!
||A large, old stem growing up oak (Quercus petraea). Ogwen Woods, Bethesda, N. Wales, UK. Since sheep relish ivy, there are suspicions that this one got above their browse in a period of agricultural recession, maybe the 1920's. The fresh growth on the left is ungrazed because the wall behind was recently repaired.
||Multi stemmed flowering plant next to a windrow of brash. Gwydyr Forest, N. Wales, UK. The site had been clear felled and replanted a couple of years previously. This plant probably came from the soil seed bank and was enjoying the brief opportunity before being overtaken by the next rotation of conifers.
||A UK native, widespread but scarce. Locally common in N. Wales, growing at high elevations on usually acidic rocks and scree. As the name suggests, the foliage resembles that of parsley.