Wild Flowers with common names from T to V.
Pictures below are of the following English Wild Flowers: Tansy, Tufted Vetch, Teasel, Travellers Joy, Wild Violets and a Woolly Thistle pod.
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Woolly Thistle Pod
Wild Violets - Viola Riviniana - Dog Violet which can be spotted in England. Wild violets are interesting plants - often found along banks of sunken paths in woodlands they appear between April and May. Although attractive to see whilst out walking should these arrive in your garden
- probably courtesy of some wild bird or other - should you not wish to have them they can be a real pest to get rid of once established since they spread like mad. On decorative shingle paths even if based on a strong liner dog-violets will readly grow above the liner i.e. in hardly any dirt.
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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