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Looks like it might be a carnivorous (insect eating) "Sundew" plant. They normally live on boggy ground, and there are several different varieties/species of sundew plant that live in the New Forest (Southern England UK).
They have sticky pads that trap insects that have been attracted by the smell of the plant.
The plant then digests the insects to absorb the nutrients that are depleted in the boggy ground that they have evolved to grow and reproduce in.
Yup! But the user who answered deleted their account and I deleted the picture.
This was two years ago, I have since deleted the picture and found the answer.
Did you ever find out what kind of plant it was? XD
What kind of plant did it turn out to be Ryan? lol
I was wondering about the picture. :P
Really i cant get it..... 0-0