Marsh Ragwort growing in Tintern Woods. Very much a plant of damp, boggy places, woods & ditches, this is somewhat similar to our Common Ragwort except it has far fewer flowers in its clusters, they are quite open clusters & each yellow flower is larger than Common Ragwort. This plant is also known as Ragweed. Processed with Topaz Glow "Liquid Glow I" HSS!
Photo 41/100 for the 100 Flowers 2018 Group. This year I'm challenging myself to photograph 100 different wildflower species found growing in the Irish countryside as listed on www.wildflowersofireland.net