Blue Moor Grass (Sesleria caerulea) DIARY NOTES AND PHOTOS

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Who does not love Blue Moor Grass? It is starting to show up again on Hutton Roof. It's such an attractive purple colour.

When I find it I like to look closeby to see if there are variants in colours which can usually be found. 


Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass)
Photo: Hutton Roof


Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over to enlarge
these varietal forms appeared as neighbours within a radius of one metre approx
Crag Foot, Hutton Roof 16th April 2019



 Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over to enlarge
Crag Foot, Hutton Roof 16th April 2019
"Regular Blue in flower"


 Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over to enlarge
Crag Foot, Hutton Roof 16th April 2019
(Pallid variety)


Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over to enlarge
Crag Foot, Hutton Roof 16th April 2019
"Green variety in flower"


Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over to enlarge
Crag Foot, Hutton Roof 16th April 2019

This photo (above) shows variations of Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass).  The photo above shows 1) A quartet placed side by side for comparisons 2) typical Blue Moor Grass with fruits, 3) A rarer lighter green version 4) and finally a very light version


Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over photo to enlarge
Photo: 1st April 2017 - Hutton Roof


Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over photo to enlarge
Photo: 23rd March 2019 - Lancelot Clark Storth (CWT)

Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over photo to enlarge
Photo: 13th April 2019 - Holme Stinted Pastures
showing "now in flower"

Sesleria caerulea (Blue Moor Grass) Click over photo to enlarge
Photo: 13th April 2019 - Holme Stinted Pastures
showing "now in flower"


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12th Feb 2021 - Just starting to see new growth etc

Thr 11th February 2021 - Early movement and Spring Bird Migration over Burton In Kendal.

Tues 9th February 2021 - Intertwined

17th Dec 2020 - Finding a new Polypodium cambricum on HRoof Crags

Thursday 19th November 2020 - Nice stroll or wander with fabulous wonders and my December copy for the local magazine - SEE BLOG BELOW THESE LINKS.....

CHECKING OUT SOUTHERN POLYPODY AND BLACK SPLEENWORT PLUS FUNGI, FUNGI AND MORE FUNGI - Click here

Another recent blog on"The best moments of vis so far this year - click here

 2020 Visible Bird Migration records 

"Strange Polypodium Interjectum found in Burton (17th Oct 2020)

Cloud and Sunrise photo blog - click here

The new Orchid book "Britains Orchids" by Sean Cole and Mike Waller - please click this link for details.

Varieties of our local Hutton Roof Gentians and the reason for the 50/50 Purple and White, plus my research survey results. Plus "Upland Enchanters Nightshade (circae x intermedia)

 More Autumn Gentian photos (2020) can be seen here









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