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The designation recognised the nationally scarce downy-fruited sedge (Carex tomentosa) and snake's head fritillary.
Kew plant profile: Fritillaria meleagris (snake's head fritillary)
The existence of the extremely rare Snake's Head Fritillary in the Sinn Valley has been recorded since the 19th century.
Among flowers, the Snake's Head Fritillary, Fritillaria meleagris, have a tessellated chequerboard pattern on their petals.
One interesting link with the past is the village's unofficial flower emblem - The Snake's Head Fritillary - known locally as Folfallarum'.
A most unusual and delicate flower is the Snake's Head Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris) which has bell shaped flowers chequered in shades of maroon and white.
The meadows are home to rare flowers, such as the snake's head fritillary, and are important breeding sites for wading birds such as curlew, snipe and redshank.
One of the village's claims to fame is that it is the most northerly point in the UK where the Snake's Head Fritillary can be found growing in the wild.
F. meleagris (snake's head fritillary) is the county flower of Oxfordshire, UK, and the provincial flower of Uppland, Sweden, where it is known as kungsängslilja ("Kungsängen lily").
The orchards are managed as wildflower meadows containing flowers such as Cowslip, Primrose, Snake's Head Fritillary, Buttercup and Camassia all growing below the fruit trees of which most are traditional Ryedale varieties.
A painting by Jakob de Gheyn II., originating between 1600 and 1603 depicts shells, a caterpillar and a vase with love-in the mist, a snake's head fritillary, roses, Aquilegia, lilies-of the valley, pansies and a Tulipa schrenckii with pointed petals.
Another little bulb I've grown to love is Fritillaria meleagris, or the guinea-hen flower, so-called for its speckled, pinkish-brown blossoms.
Most gardeners have seen the commonly-grown Fritillaria mealgris or guinea-hen flower, so named for its checkered drooping flowers that have become naturalized in many Eurolpean meadows.
Called the Chequered Daffodil by Gerard because the flowere are "like the board at which men play at chesse".Also known as the Ginny Hen Flower because the markings are like those of a Guinea Fowl.
Leaving Diana, Miranda walked distractedly through the dining room, stopping to peel parchment-colored drops of wax from candlesticks and remove drooping tulips from the bowl in the center of the table.
The only touch of exoticism was the parrot sulking on its perch by the window; otherwise this nest was irredeemably suburban, from the row of family photographs beside the clock on the mantelpiece to the drooping tulips in the vase on the well-polished dining room table.