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Goosefoot Family:-

"These are mostly unattractive mealy annual weeds, prostrate or growing to 6-18inches, or in rich soils a good deal taller still. Their leaves are usually stalked, thick, toothed and alternate, and their small greenish petalless flowers are in spikes. They are often hard to tell apart, except by the rather technical botanical character that the Goosefoots have their stamens and styles in the same flower, while the Orachs have them in separate male and female flowers on the same plant. Another distinction is that the fruits of Goosefoots are surrounded by 3-5 small sepals in a ring, while those of Oraches are enclosed in 2 triangular bracts, which swell as the fruits ripen, becoming much larger and more obvious than in the Goosefoots, and give the spike an interrupted appearance as the male flowers wither." from Collins Pocket Guide to Wild Flowers by David McClintock and R.S.R. Fitter assisted by Francis Rose - ISBN 0 00 219363 9 - Eleventh Impression 1978.

Goosefoot Family plant table with its Common Name - Botanical Name. Flowering Months Range. Habitat with link to that Gentian to Goosefoot Wild Flower Families Gallery:-

Common Name

Botanical Name

Flowering Months

Habitat

Babington's Orache

(broskmålla in Sweden, kustmelde in Dutch, Scotland orache in USA)

Atriplex glabriuscula

(Atriplex patula)

July-September

A procumbent annual found close to the strand-line on moderately exposed sand and shingle beaches, and in waste places near the sea. Lowland.

Common Orache

(vägmålla
 in Sweden, uitstaande melde
 in Dutch, Spear Saltbush
in USA, Loboda rozlozysta in Poland)

Atriplex patula

July-September

An annual of cultivated ground, manure heaps, roadsides, rubbish tips and waste places in towns and cities; also on fertile soils in a wide range of disturbed semi-natural habitats, such as river banks, pond margins and sea-bird cliffs. A. patula is frequent in coastal waste places but rare in littoral zone habitats such as saltmarshes and sand and shingle drift-lines. Mainly lowland, but reaching 435 m in Clun Forest (Salop).

commonffloorache

commonfflosorache

commonffolorache

commonffororache

Flower on 18 September

Flowers on 18 September

Foliage from Rochester in September

Form from Rochester in Kent in September

Common Seablite

(Strand-Sode in Germany, schorrekruid in Dutch, Annual Sea-blite in UK)

Suaeda maritima

July onwards

An annual found in the middle and lower parts of saltmarshes, often with Salicornia species. It is an early colonist of intertidal mud- and sand-flats, sometimes also occurring higher up in salt-pans and drift-lines, on shell and shingle banks, and in thinly vegetated brackish areas behind sea-walls. Lowland.

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commonffloseablite

commonffolseablite

commonfforseablite

Flower

Flower buds from Cliffe in Kent in September

Foliage from Cliffe in September

Form from Cliffe in September

Fat Hen

(Weißer Gänsefuß
in Germany,
svinmålla
 in Sweden,
melganzenvoet
, melganzevoet
in Dutch,
Stevens' lambsquarters, 
Missouri lambsquarters, 
Lambsquarters, 
Lamb's-quarters
in USA, saviheinae, 
jauhosavikka
 in Finland, Komosa biala (lebioda) in Poland, Goosefoot in UK)

Chenopodium album

June onwards

Annuals of disturbed, nutrient-rich habitats, including cultivated fields and gardens, manure heaps, waste ground, rubbish tips and soil heaps. Copious seed is produced, resulting in a long-lived seed bank. Generally lowland, but reaching 435 m in Clun Forest (Salop).

fatfflohen

fatffloshen

fatffrushen

fatfforhen

Flower in July

Flowers from Rochester in Kent in September

Yellow Seeds in July

Form in October

Fig-Leaved Goosefoot

(fikonmålla
 in Sweden, 
stippel-ganzenvoet, 
stippel-ganzevoet in Dutch)

Chenopodium ficifolium

(Chenopodium serotinum)

August-September

An annual of disturbed, nutrient-rich ground, especially cultivated land on deep, fertile soils. It is usually casual but can be persistent in S. England and S. Wales. Lowland.

Frosted Orache

Atriplex laciniata

(Atriplex sabulosa)

August-September

A decumbent, widely spreading annual of sand and shingle beaches, more rarely found on saltmarsh-sand dune transitions and saltmarsh drift-lines. Populations are usually small and often of sporadic appearance. A. laciniata typically occurs with Cakile maritima, Salsola kali and other Atriplex species in a mixed strandline community. Lowland.

Good King Henry

(Dorf-Gänsefuß
in Germany, 
lungrot
 in Sweden,
brave hendrik
in Dutch,
savikka, hyvaenheikin-
hyvaen-heikinsavikka
in Finland,
Komosa strzalkowata in Poland, Allgood in UK)

Chenopodium bonus-henricus

May-August

A perennial, forming patches on disturbed, nutrient-rich soil around farm buildings and ruins, and on roadsides and waste ground. It also sometimes occurs in limestone grassland. 0-455 m (Helbeck Fell, Westmorland).

GoodffloKingHenry

GoodfflosKingHenry

Goodffolkinghenry

goodfforkinghenry

Flower in September

Flowers in September

Foliage in September

Form in September

Grass-Leaved Orache

(Strand-Melde
 in Germany,
strandmålla
in Sweden,
strandmelde in Dutch)

Atriplex littoralis

(Atriplex patula)

July-September

An erect annual of open, usually sandy or silty places near the sea, often forming dense stands along saltmarsh drift-lines, estuarine banks and sea-walls, and on waste ground around docks. It also grows in saline areas inland, and as a colonist by salt-treated roads. Lowland.

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grassfflosleavedorache

grassffolleavedorache

grassfforleavedorache

Flower

Flowers from Lower Rainham in Kent in August

Foliage in July

Form in July

Grey-Goosefoot

(olvonmålla in Sweden)

Chenopodium opulifolium

August-September

An annual of waste ground and rubbish tips, which is introduced with grain, cork, wool and oil- and bird-seed. Lowland.

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greyffolgoosefoot

greyfforgoosefoot

Flower in August

Flowers

Foliage in August

Form in August

Halberd-leaved Orache

(Hastate Orach, Spear-leaved Orache)

Atriplex hastata

(Atriplex deltoidea, Atriplex prostrata)

July-September

An annual of beaches, saltmarshes and other open, often wet, saline habitats near the sea; also inland in disturbed areas on moist, fertile, neutral soils, such as the trampled margins of ditches and ponds, on cultivated land, tips and waste ground. It also grows in inland saltmarshes and along salt-treated roadsides. Generally lowland, but reaching 415 m at Carter Bar (Roxburghs.).

halbertffloleavedorache

halbertfflosleavedorache

halbertffrusleavedorache

halbertfforleavedorache

Flower on 2 August

Flowers from Cliffe in Kent in September

Seeds from Cliffe in October

Form from Grain in Kent on 28 August

Many-Seeded Goosefoot

(fiskmålla
in Sweden,
korrel-ganzenvoet, 
korrel-ganzevoet in Dutch)

Chenopodium polyspermum

July onwards

An annual of disturbed cultivated ground, including gardens, especially on light, nutrient-rich soils. It has also been recorded on bare peat, on disturbed soil in newly coppiced woodland and in dried up ponds. Lowland.

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manyseededffrusgoosefoot

manyseededffolgoosefoot

manyseededfforgoosefoot

Seed from Brenchley on 4 September

Seeds from Brenchley on 4 September

Foliage from Brenchley on 4 September

Form from Brenchley on 4 September

Nettle-leaved Goosefoot

(gatmålla
 in Sweden, 
muurgan-zenvoet
, muurgan-zevoet
 in Dutch, Komosa murowa in Poland)

Chenopodium murale

July-September

An annual of disturbed, nutrient-rich cultivated and waste ground. Usually casual, it is long-established near the sea in S.E. England. Lowland.

Oak-leaved Goosefoot

(blåmålla
 in Sweden, 
zeegroene ganzenvoet, 
zeegroene-ganzevoet in Dutch, Komosa sina in Poland)

Chenopodium glaucum

June-September

An annual of disturbed, nutrient-rich waste ground and manure heaps, and on damp ground near the sea; it is also recorded on rubbish tips and around docks and wharves. Lowland.

Red Goosefoot

(rödmålla
 in Sweden, rode ganzenvoet
, rode ganzevoet
 in Dutch, Coast-Blite
 in USA, Komosa czerwonawa in Poland)

Chenopodium rubrum

July-September

An annual of nutrient-rich mud around the dried-up margins of freshwater or brackish ponds and ditches trampled by livestock; also, more widely, in cultivated and waste ground, on manure heaps and farm tracks and in field gateways. Lowland.

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redffolgoosefoot

redfforgoosefoot

Flower

Flowers

Foliage in September

Form in September

Russian Thistle

(Spineless Saltwort)

Salsola pestifera

(Salsola kali subsp. ruthenica, Salsola tragus)

August-September

A bushy annual of waste ground, rubbish tips and arable fields, introduced with wool shoddy, bird-seed and as a contaminant of grain and agricultural seed. It is usually casual, but may persist at some sites (e.g. in S. Essex). Lowland.

Saltwort

(Soude in France,
Salzkraut
 in Germany, Pincho in Spain, 
stekend loogkruid
 in Dutch, Russian Thistle
 in USA, Solanka kolczysta in Poland, Prickly Saltwort)

Salsola kali

(Glaux maritima, Salsola kali subsp. kali L)

July-September

A somewhat woody annual of sand and shingle beaches, usually on the drift-line with Atriplex laciniata, Cakile maritima and Honckenya peploides as typical associates. Lowland.

Sea Beet

(Bete
 in Germany,
strandbeta
 in Sweden, 
strandbiet
 in Dutch, 
Burak dziki in Poland)

Beta vulgaris

(Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima)

June-September

A much-branched perennial herb found on coastal rocks and cliffs, saltmarsh drift-lines, sea-walls, and on sand and shingle beaches, favouring nutrient-enriched sites such as sea-bird cliffs and coastal paths popular with dog-walkers. It also occurs on waste ground near the sea and, rarely, inland as a casual of rubbish tips and roadsides. Lowland.

seafflobeet

seafflosbeet

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seafforbeet

Flower in July

Flowers in July

Foliage

Form from Temple Marsh in July

Sea Purslane

(Strand-Salzmelde
 in Germany, gewone zoutmelde in Dutch)

Halimione portulacoides

(Atriplex portulacoides)

July onwards

A low shrub of muddy or sandy saltmarshes, commonly fringing intertidal pools and creeks, and often forming extensive stands on ungrazed saltings. In W. Britain and Ireland it also occurs locally on coastal rocks and cliffs. Lowland.

seafflopurslane

seafflospurslane

seaffolpurslane

seafforpurslane

Flower in August

Flowers in August

Foliage from Motney Hill

Form from Motney Hill in Kent in October

Shrubby Seablite

(Soude en arbre in France, 
Strauchige Sode in Germany, 
Alamajo dulce in Spain)

Suaeda fruticosa

(Suaeda vera Forsskal ex J. F. Gmelin , Suaeda vera)

July onwards

An evergreen shrub of shingle drift-lines and the dry upper zones of saltmarshes, especially where these adjoin shingle banks or sand dunes; also along sea-wall drift-lines and, more rarely, beside brackish creeks and ditches in coastal grazing marshes. Lowland.

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shrubbyffolseablite

shrubbyfforseablite

Flower from Chesil Beach in Dorset on 11 August

Flowers

Foliage from Chesil Beach on 11 August

Form from Chesil Beach on 11 August

Small Red Goosefoot

(Saltmarsh Goosefoot)

Chenopodium botryoides

(Chenopodium chenopodioides)

August onwards

An annual of dry, brackish mud of ditches, salt-pans and hoof-marks in the upper part of saltmarshes and in coastal grazing marshes. Lowland.

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smallfflosredgoosefoot

smallffolredgoosefoot

smallfforredgoosefoot

Flower from County Clare in Ireland

Flowers from County Clare

Foliage from County Clare

Form from New Romney in Kent on 13 October

smallffrusredgoosefoot

Seeds in September

Sowbane

(lönnmålla in Sweden, 
esdoorn-ganzenvoet
, esdoorn-ganzevoet
 in Dutch, Mapleleaf Goosefoot
 in USA, Komosa wielkolistna in Poland)

Chenopodium hybridum

July-September

An annual of disturbed, nutrient-rich arable land and waste ground. It is a characteristic weed of humus-rich cultivated soils in the Fens. Lowland.

Stinking Goosefoot

(stinkmålla
 in Sweden, 
stinkende ganzenvoet, 
stinkende ganzevoet in Dutch)

Chenopodium vulvaria

June-September

A foetid, often prostrate annual of disturbed, nutrient-rich soil on sandy shingle beaches, sand dunes and coastal cliffs, where the soil is enriched by the droppings of sea-birds. It was formerly a ruderal of places enriched with animal dung. Lowland.

Upright Goosefoot

(bymålla in Sweden)

Chenopodium urbicum

July-September

An annual of disturbed, nutrient-rich cultivated and waste ground, often occurring only as a casual. Lowland.

 

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Botanical Name to link to Plant or Seed Supplier
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A
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
Adder's Tongue
Adder's-tongue Spearwort
Alder
Alder Buckthorn
Alpine Forget-me-not
Alpine Meadow-Rue
American Bellbine
Annual Delpinium
Arrow Bamboo
Asarabacca

G
Giant Bellflower
Giant Butterwort
Globe Flower
Goldilocks Buttercup
Goosegrass
Great Bindweed
Great Broomrape
Greater Bladderwort
Greater Dodder
Greater Spearwort
Green Alkanet
Green Amaranth
Green Hellebore
Green Houndstongue
Green Pigweed

M
Madwort
Marsh Arrow-Grass
Marsh Bedstraw
Marsh Marigold
Meadow Buttercup
Metake
Monkshood
Moonwort
Mountain Bamboo
Mousetail

S
Saint Martins Buttercup
Scilly Buttercup
Sea Arrow-Grass
Sea Bindweed
Sessile Oak
Sheepsbit
Silver Birch
Simon's Bamboo
Skunk Cabbage
Slender Bedstraw
Slender Marsh Bedstraw
Small Balsam
Small Bladderwort
Small Bugloss
Small Bur-Reed
Small-Flowered Buttercup
Small Goosegrass
Smooth Bedstraw
Soft Comfrey
Spanish Chestnut
Spiked Rampion
Spreading Bellflower
Squinancywort
Stinking Hellebore
Swamp Lantern
Sweet Chestnut
Sweet Flag

B
Baneberry
Barberry
Bedstraw Broomrape
Beech
Birthwort
Bloodtwig Dogwood
Blue Anemone
Blue-eyed-Mary
Bogbean
Bog Myrtle
Borage
Box
Branched Bur-Reed
Broad-leaved Bamboo
Bulbous Buttercup
Butterfly-Bush

H
Hairy Buttercup
Harebell
Hairy Bamboo
Heath Bedstraw
Hedge Bedstraw
Hedge Bindweed
Himalayan Balsam
Himalayan Bamboo
Holm Oak
Horse Chestnut
Houndstongue

N
Narihira Bamboo
Narihiradake
Narrow-leaved Lungwort
Nettle-leaved Bellflower
Northern Bedstraw
Northern Water Forgetmenot

T
Three-lobed Crowfoot
Thread-leaved Water-Crowfoot
Thyme Broomrape
Toothwort
Touch-Me-Not Balsam
Traveller's Joy
Tuberous Comfrey
Tufted Forget-me-not
Turkey Oak

C
Canterbury Bell
Carrot Broomrape
Celery-leaved Buttercup
Changing Forget-me-not
Chimakizasa
Cleavers
Clove-Scented Broomrape
Clustered Bellflower
Columbine
Common Amaranth
Common Buckthorn
Common Broomrape
Common Butterwort
Common Comfrey
Common Dodder
Common Foreget-me-not
Common Gromwell
Common Lungwort
Common Meadow-Rue
Common Moonwort
Common Water-crowfoot
Copper Beech
Corn Buttercup
Corn Cleavers
Corn Gromwell
Cornish Bellflower
Creeping Bellflower
Creeping Buttercup
Creeping Forget-me-not
Creeping Spearwort
Creeping Water Forgetmenot
Crosswort
Crowberry

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Indian Balsam
Indian Fountain Bamboo
Irish Bladderwort
Italian Alder
Ivory Bells
Ivy Broomrape
Ivy-leaved Bellflower
Ivy-leaved Crowfoot
 

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Orange Balsam
Oregon Grape
Oriental Borage
Oxtongue Broomrape
Oyster Plant

U
Unbranched Bur Reed
Upright Hedge Bedstraw

D
Dogberry
Dogwood
Downy Birch
Durmast Oak
Dwarf Birch
Dwarf Cornel

J
Jersey Buttercup
Jersey Forget-me-not
Jewel-Weed
Joseph and Mary

P
Pale Butterwort
Pale Forget-me-not
Pasque Flower
Pedunculate Oak
Pheasant's Eye
Pigweed
Plymouth Pear
Pond Water-crowfoot
Prickly Comfrey
Purple Beech
Purple Clematis
Purple Gromwell
Purple Toothwort
Purple Viper's Bugloss
Pyrenean Columbine

V
Variegated Monkshood
Various-leaved Crowfoot
Venus's Looking-Glass
Viper's Bugloss
Virgins Bower

E
Early Adder's Tongue
Early Forgetmenot
Evergreen Oak

K
Knapweed Broomrape

Q

W
Wall Bedstraw
Water Crowfoot
Water Forget-me-not
Water Hawthorn
Western Skunk Cabbage
White Amaranth
White Comfrey
White Pigweed
Wild Madder
Winter Aconite
Wood Anemone
Wood Forget-me-not
Wood Goldilocks
Woodruff

F
Fan-leaved Buttercup
Fen Bedstraw
Field Bindweed
Field Forget-me-not
Field Gromwell
Field Madder
Floating Bur-Reed
French Meadow-Rue
Fringed Water-Lily

L
Lady's Bedstraw
Large Bindweed
Large Cuckoo Pint
Larkspur
Least Adder's Tongue
Least Bur-Reed
Lesser Bladderwort
Lesser Celandine
Lesser Meadow-Rue
Lesser Spearwort
Lords and Ladies

R
Rampion Bellflower
River Water-Crowfoot
Rocket Larkspur
Rough Comfrey
Rough-fruited Buttercup
Round-Headed Rampion
Round-leaved Crowfoot
Russian Comfrey

XYZ
Yarrow Broomrape
Yellow Anemone
Yellow Birdsnest
Yellow Skunk Cabbage

 

 

 

 

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