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The most common of our buttercups found across the county in hedgerows, woodlands, meadows, grassland and waysides.
|Common Name||Creeping Buttercup|
|Scientific Name||Ranunculus repens|
|Family||Buttercup family - Ranunculaceae|
|Related Species - CLICK TO VIEW||Buttercup Family - Ranunculaceae|
|Flower Colour Group||Yellow|
|Look for||Stout buttercup with larges serrated leaves|