Snake’s Head Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris)


Although very rare the Snake’s Head Fritillary does grow in a few meadows along the River Thames. However this clump grows in my garden and flowered exceptionally well in the year when I made this drawing. Unfortunately the flowers are often decimated by the bright red introduced Lily Beetles.


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Stinking Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus)


The contrast between the pale arching flower heads and the dark stiff leaves makes Stinking Hellebore an ideal subject for pen and ink studies. I drew this specimen from a plant growing in my garden, but it does grow wild in a few woods. It flowers in late winter/early spring and is pollinated by bumblebees.


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