A delightful dainty woodland plant, with delicate white flowers in spring, and light green 'shamrock' leaves, that can be eaten in salads as sorrel. It needs shade, and to be free of aggressive competition, so ideally planted at the base of trees, or in clear patches on shady banks. Plant the slender rhizomes about 2.5cm (1") deep in leaf mouldy soil.

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The dormant crown of Valerian has a remarkable pungent smell, making it easy to believe that it is important in medicine, being used for stress relief and painkilling (not recommended without full advice). It is also a striking plant 3' tall with its umbels of white flowers and pinnate leaves. It grows well in moist woodland, but also does well in open ground.

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To some a symbol of Christian watchfulness because the five tiny white green flowers in April face the four cardinal points and one to heaven. A small plant with fumitory like leaves growing in the shade of large leafed deciduous trees in woods and banks where there is little competition it is interesting botanically as the only species of its genus.

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This is one of our native hardy geraniums, and in the wild it ranges as far north as the Arctic. It has violet purple flowers in June-July, the plant reaching 45cm (18) in height. Developing a stout rhizome it is easy to establish in most conditions, sun or shade.

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A large flowered Cranesbill, well known on roadside verges. Its bright blue flowers add colour in June, while its foliage turns a rich foxy brown in autumn.

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One of our favourite spring flowers and one of the earliest. Some of ours begin flowering in January continuing through to April and May. It grows well in woodland, on hedge banks or in grass that is only mown in late summer, in soil that does not dry out.

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Nowadays this is becoming a rare sight due to the widespread loss of traditional hay meadows. The English name is a polite version of Cowslops, indicating that they thrived in meadows where cows grazed. The Welsh, translated, is the more poetic Marys Tears. They prefer moist soil in either sun or slight shade, and spreading happily in grass (mown in late summer). Flowering April-May.

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This is the true Oxlip not the coarser Cowslip/Primrose hybrid. With clear primrose yellow flowers held in a gracefully drooping cluster on one side of the stalk, this Primula thrives in light woodland and relishes heavy clay, and although rare in the wild it will naturalise easily.

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This is also prosaically called Granny's bonnets, due to the shape of its purple nodding flowers. This is the beautiful wild species that sometimes thrives in our hedgerows, and not an 'improved' modern cultivar. It prefers semi shade but will grow in sun.

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This make an excellent ground cover plant with shiny leaves, and dainty white flowers, and produces delicious tiny fruit best eaten with lashings of cream, or set in delicately flavoured jelly. Ideal for the hedge bank, it grows and can spread in semi shade or full sun.

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