Gallery - Blue Flowers
Attractive hairless, bulbous perennial that grows in woodland.
Hairless perennial with flattened, winged stems and narrow, basal leaves.
Found in meadows, deciduous woods and scrub
Robust shrubby perennial with long,arching branches. Grows on waste and disturbed ground.
Familiar perennial herb of woodland rides and grassland.
A common annual weed of cultivated fields. Introduced from Asia in the 1820`s.
Upright perennial with hairy or hairless stems, grows in damp grassland, woodland rides and marshes.
Small flower on the dunes
Woody,trailing evergreen perennial of woods and hedges.
Upright, bristly perennial found in shady hedgerows and on roadside verges.
Softly hairy, strongly smelling perennial with creeping stems that root at regular intervals and upright flowering stems.
Attractive delicate, hairless perennial with wiry stems. Grows in dry,grassy places, on both calcareous and acid soils.
Prostrate perennial that grows on sand dunes and occasionally on stabilised shingle.
Spreading grey green perennial with stems up to 1m long.Entirely restricted to coastal shingle and sand.
Distinctive, hairless perennial of coastal shingle and sand.
Meadows, pastures, lawns and open woodland. Flowers between June and September.
Attractive, spreading, downy beinnial that grows in dry grassland and verges.
Locally abundant, short turf and heathland on cliffs and rocky slopes near the sea.
Tuffted perennial of scrub and woodland.
Slightly downy scrambling perennial. Found in grassy places, hedgerows and scrub.
Variable,hairy,stiff and reddish-stemmed perennial that smells strongly of mint.
Biennial of damp and disturbed grassland on heavy soils. Stems are angled with sharp prickles on the angles.
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