Archive for the ‘Non-Flowering’ Category

Field Horsetail

March 3rd, 2012

Latin:  Equisetum arvense Irish:  Scuab eich ghoirt This strange looking species can be found in many damp areas and open drains around the boundary of the golf course. It is especially noticeable on the banks of the open drain at the boundary fence that runs alongside the 7th fairway. It is a non-flowering, seedless, plant.  Not having flowers or seeds, it reproduces by microscopic spores rather than seeds and is found throughout parts of Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North America.  This non-flowering category of plants includes