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Flowers/Wildflowers of Suffolk


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A few for Starters

No.1 Red Bartsia
No.2 Vipers Bugloss
No.3 Tormentil
No.4 Yellow Rattle
No.5 Yellow Rattle (Seed pods)
No.6 Thorn Apple (Flower)
No.7 Thorn Apple (Fruit  ) Very poisonous
No.8 Crosswort

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Some more wildflowers.

No.1 A very nice piece of Meadow Rue
No.2 The Dark Mullein
No.3 A close up of the Dark Mullein flower, there is much beauty there
No.4 Ivy-Leaved Toadfax
No.5 Herb Robert
No.6 Greater Stitchwort
No.7 Buttercups as they should be-wild and left alone.
No.8 Common Ivy in flower
No.9 Gorse, as with any flower there is beauty there if you look close.

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More of our wildflowers.

No.1 Yellow Loosestrife
No.2 Centaury
No.3 A Bud of the Dog Rose
No.4 Wild Cowslips
No.5 Cuckoo Flower
No.6 The Bramble flower, a magnet for insects
No.7 Comfrey
No.8 Chicory
No.9 Traling St.Johns Wort
No.10 An unusal Yellow Budlia, the no.1 plant for Butterflies.
If you can get a Yellow Budlia they are a late flowering one and will attract second brood Butterflies and all late Autum insects.

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At Melton Lakes yesterday I came across these Southern Marsh Orchids

WL Southern Marsh Orchid DSC_0066.JPG



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