Pete's Walks - Greater Celandine

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Photo taken 23/06/08 near Goring-on-Thames, Oxon., on Walk 20 of the Chiltern Chain Walk.

Despite the name, this is not related to Lesser Celandine. It was used in the middle ages as a medicinal herb, and it now chiefly occurs in hedges or on walls, in and around villages. It flowers from April to October.