Here we have a rare British native plant. I do not think it is found wild in Ireland but I could be wrong. I first saw it in woods at the foot of the North Downs in Surrey and have loved it ever since. I was excited beyond measure to buy it at Garden Show Ireland last weekend. Ironically it was from a nursery that had travelled over the sea from Scotland. So it has travelled from Scotland to Northern Ireland, is not in Co. Wexford and will be moving with me to England (via Wales)!
Can you tell what it is? (apart from well travelled)
Sunday Puzzler: May 15 Solution
How did you get on?
The plants were:
Lagurus ovatus (bunny tail grass)
Giving you L A C R E
Rearrange these and you get the Atlantic county of Clare