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Flowers for ID (1 Viewer)

kevtubb

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I am still wading through my new flower books to find out what the following are but maybe someone can help:

1. Aston Clinton Ragpits (Bucks) 16th May
2. Homefield Wood (Bucks) 30th May
3. Beacon Hill (Hants) 31st May [ 2 pics]
 

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Butty

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1. Black bryony maybe?
2. Salad burnet.
3. Wild mignonette (I think, rather than weld - can't remember the close-up difference - easier from the whole plant).
 

kevtubb

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Thanks all - I missed one that I haven't identified yet - also seen at Beacon Hill
 

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Xenospiza

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Clustered bellflower.
Same reaction as Butty: it looks a bit like there are two plants "entwined" in the picture!
 
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