|Update: Wild Geum* (Suggested by A. Sherlock)|
Type of nettle? Back garden, 29 May 2012
|Dandelions on 27 April 2012 near the sports centre|
|Unknown yellow five-petalled flower with russet leaves.*|
The flowers close up tiny at night. The leaves are like shamrock.
Sweet Alison (bottom). Front garden. 26 May 2012
|Cleavers. They cleave, i.e. cling and stick, to anything .|
Beside a wall near the sports centre. 23 May 2012
|Herb Robert. Back garden, 23 May. Some leaves red, some green.|
The "Robert" might be derived from Latin "ruber", meaning red.
|Unknown. Back garden. 23 May 2012|
|Unknown. The flowers are tiny, only 2mm in diameter.|
You need a magnifying glass to see them right.
More numerous petals, otherwise a bit like Cornsalad.
On a disused old tarmac path near the sports centre. 23 May 2012
|Herb Robert? Beside a tree on Donnington Road. 23 May 2012|
|Unknown. Front garden. 23 May 2012|
|Unknown. Feverfew? 23 May 2012|
Update 7 June 2012. They have developed into daisy-like flowers.
|Unknown. A bit like Sage? 23 May 2012|
|White flowers: Sweet Alison.|
Yellow five-petalled flower: Unknown. 23 May 2012
|Violets and unknown yellow flower|
|Unknown sort of daisies. Feverfew?|
|One of the types of Prunella? Similar to Selfheal but different leaves.|
This is the original mystery weed from Willesden Herald 2003.
See also: Wildflowers of Willesden meadow