|There are some very good photographs and descriptions of the following plants:
Buttercups Ranunculus sp
The seed site gives a good overview of the family features
|The Shropshire Botanical Society produces quarterley Newsletter with occasional drawings of local plant features by Sarah Whild.Lesser celandine:|
|In Britain the family Ranunculaceae (the Buttercup family) are dicotyledons, with flower petals present and free. The ovary is superior.Leaves generally alternate and without stipules.Flowers usually have 5 sepals and often 5 petals.
They have many stamens and many, free carpels
Genera eg. Ranunculus,