Wildflowers of Bradlaugh Fields #15 Field Mouse-ear

This flower, which I’ve only so far found on one anthill in the Hills and Hollows, looks a lot like its relative, greater stitchwort, or the garden plant dusty miller (aka snow-in-summer) but the leaves are smaller, hairier, and a dark-green so I’d say it is most likely to be field mouse-ear. What do you think?

Cerastium arvense

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2 thoughts on “Wildflowers of Bradlaugh Fields #15 Field Mouse-ear

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