Wild flowers in England common names A to B.
Below find wild flower photos of Agrimony, Autumn Hawkbit, Bistort, Bladder Campion, Blackthorn Sloes, Bluebells, Bogbeans, Borage, Brambles, Bugle, (Bullrush) Reed Mace, Burnet Rose, Butterbur and Buttercups.
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There are a couple of photos of some beautiful Bluebells shown below - but also please take a look at our topic English Bluebells
- this has loads more photos of this wild flower which were taken in the woods mostly around Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire in England. Perhaps take a look at our Bluebell Walks in The Chilterns
website which may be of interest.
(Menyanthes trifoliata) Bog Beans - also known as Buckbeans - were once valued as a cure for skirvy and constipation - also the leaves were dried and made into tea and even used as a form of tobacco. Due to the bitter taste of the leaves they were also once used as a partial substitute for hops whilst making beer. Bog Beans can also be easily grown around ponds in gardens and are a very attrative plant on the edges.
There are many more photos of British Wild Flowers to look at on our site - please visit our British Wild Flowers Home Page
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