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Flower Mix Taxonomy: Urban Meadow

Red campion

< back to flower guide Red campion Silene dioica information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See May, June, July, August Natural Habitat Lowland, shady sites, woods, hedge banks, scree, cliffs. It is a common sight along rural roadside verges. A splash of pink found on many a roadside verge in …

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Common Toadflax

< back to flower guide Toadflax (common) Linaria vulgaris information provided by Conservation Status Stable, though there have been local losses in the north. Best Time to See In flower July to October. A late bloomer, it often is at its best in the autumn and can even flower in November if grass is given …

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Cowslip

< back to flower guide Cowslip Primula veris information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See April to May Natural Habitat Open woods, grassy places, meadows, pastures and roadsides. They tend to favour rank grasses and scrub than amongst large numbers of spring-grazing sheep. DescriptionOne of the best known spring flowers, …

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Meadow Cranesbill

< back to flower guide Meadow crane’s-bill Geranium pratense information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See June to September Natural Habitat Meadows, roadsides, grasslands, open woods and dunes, especially in limestone areas in the Cotswolds and Wiltshire. Further north, it is less choosy about soils. DescriptionThe most widespread and striking …

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Oxeye Daisy

< back to flower guide Oxeye daisy Leucanthemum vulgare information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See June to August Natural Habitat Grassy places. It grows in a variety of habitats including meadows and fields, under open-canopy forests and scrub and in disturbed areas. DescriptionIn bloom around the solstice, this large …

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Musk Mallow

< back to flower guide MUSK MALLOW Malva moschata information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See July, August Natural Habitat It favours dry places and may be found on roadside verges, in hedgerows, pastures and along the edges of fields. A pretty, dainty relative of the common mallow, it has …

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Cornflower

< back to flower guide CORNFLOWER Centaurea Cyanus information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See June, July, August Natural Habitat Cornfields, roadsides and hedgerows, particularly on light and sandy soils. An iconic image of rural meadows, the bright blue cornflower was once a common sight in cornfields, but it has …

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