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Aug 4, 2012 11:40 AM

Wild flower Identification

Hi! Photographed these wild flowers on SSSI site 'The Perch' near Cheddar, Somerset. Struggeling to ID some of them and would love a helping hand.

Cheers

Flower A:

A.JPG

 

Flower B:

B.JPG

 

Flower C:

C.JPG

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    Aug 4, 2012 4:37 PM (in response to robin2219hood)
    Re: Wild flower Identification

    Hi,

    Flower A is a Centaury, given it is the most commonly found species it is most likely to be Common Centaury, Centuarium erythraea especially if you remember it having a basal rosette of leaves.

    Based on the fine leaves and yellow flowers flower B is Lady's bedstraw, Gallium verum.

    & Flower C is Betony, Betonica officinalis.

     

    Jen

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