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Fritillaria meleagris

Nodding heads of chequered purple or occasionally white appear April to June
from £3.00

Geum rivale

Nodding odd coloured flowers on wiry stems. Often described as a secretive plant, locally quite common, but not countrywide.

Glebionis(Chrysanthemum) segetum

Cheerful, bright yellow daisies growing just less than a metre tall.
from £2.20

Hyacinthoides non-scripta

Nodding heads of flowers above glossy strap leaves in May. They will grow reasonably in most conditions except the hottest and driest.

Hypericum perforatum

Yellow flowers with prominent stamens, atop 50cm stems in early summer to early autumn.

Iris foetidissima

Odd purple/brown /beige flowers in early summer. Strappy evergreen leaves, up to 60cm. Bright orange seeds persistent through the autumn in large capsules. .

Iris pseudacorus

A robust perennial of bogs, streams, ditches and ponds.

Jasione montana

Rather like Devil's bit Scabious, but the flowers are less flat and a lighter blue.

Knautia arvensis

A great nectar source. Blue flowers in summer until autumn

Leontodon hispidus

A yellow flowered perennial found in dryish meadows and road verges, including calcareous soils
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