Hedge parsley

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names given to various weeds of similar appearance to the parsley.

See also: Parsley

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Other species that do well in the spring, such as hogweed and hedge parsley are still doing really well too.
Spreading Hedge Parsley, which has only once before been seen in the Midlands, has been discovered right next to the new Worcestershire Wildlife Headquarters at Lower Smite Farm, near Worcester.
This means the area has escaped being oversprayed with fertilisers and herbicides allowing deep-rooted plants like the Spreading Hedge Parsley to flourish in the borders around the edges of the field.
He believes that Spreading Hedge Parsley, as well as other rare plants that have been discovered on the farm, have the potential to exist elsewhere but for modern intensive farming methods.
As well as the Spreading Hedge Parsley (Torilis arvensis), botanists at the centre have also found growing on the farm two rare members of the buttercup family, the Mousetail (Myosurus minimus) and Corn Buttercup (Ranunculus arvensis).