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Native and Naturalized Wildflowers

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Found in sunny meadows, roadsides and other sunny spots. Attractive blue-violet flowers continuously throughout summer.

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Meadow Rue. Favours damp sites, makes a tall plant upto a metre. During mid summer fluffy small white flowers with yellow anthers.

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Found throughout UK favouring grassy places. Long scrambling stems with tendrils, small pea like yellow flowers.

Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)

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One of the most attractive of foliage plants when in spring it produces a tall basal clump of beautifully divided, veined leaves which continue up the stem. Easy to grow in partial shade and damp moist deep soils.

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An attractive plant growing up to 1 metre (3ft) tall. Dark green leaves from which appear in late summer spire-like stems of attractive yellow flowers with a purple centre.

Norfolk Reed (Phragmites australis)

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Commonly seen on wet or marshy ground where large stands of reed make for a fabulous East Anglian sight. Tall flowering stems and broad leaves that sway and bend in unison in the slightest breeze. Extensively used as the Norfolk Reed of thatching.

Orange Hawkweed (Pilosella aurantiaca)

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A pretty and easy to grow plant for dry sunny spots, originates from the mountains of central and southern Europe. Can seed itself about a little too freely

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