This is a most attractive wildflower for naturalising in grass. In July and August the plant is covered with showy purplish crimson flowers that are usually smothered in butterflies and bees. After the flowers have faded the seed heads are loved by goldfinches.

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Tall and stately, with its hanging purple spotted bells, this is a plant loved not only by bees but also fairies. They were said to give the flowers to foxes to enable them to sneak magically into hen houses and away with their spoils. We have plenty of foxgloves and foxes and keep our hens securely penned. A biennial plant that will self seed freely.

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Since Anglo Saxon times and beyond Elecampane with its yellow sunflowers in summer above broad foliage, was deeply revered as a magical plant as well extremely important medicinally. Though a naturalised alien, one comes across stands in all kinds of wild places, such as the coast of Pembrokeshire or the Scottish Islands where it must have been for centuries if not millennia.

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Long believed to be native, although rare in the wild, this relative of the mostly tropical ginger family has been grown in gardens for centuries as ground cover in woodland and as a remedy for drunkenness amongst other complaints. It makes a slowly spreading mat of evergreen foliage, invaluable in autumn and winter when the curious rounded leaves reflect the light.

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Speedwells come in lots of shapes and sizes but V.spicata stands out as something special. Montgomeryshire even adopted it as its county flower. A plant of drier grassland it is a 12” tall tufted perennial its spikes of deep purple flowers appear in late summer.

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One of the first wetland plants to flower (March-May) with its striking golden flowers and roundish glossy leaves. Otherwise called 'Marsh Marigold' it is happy in water logged ground and all light conditions, even the deepest shade. Ideal for pond-side, bog or wet wood.

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Found in shaded riversides this is intriguing to come across in the wild. Reaching about 45cm (18) it has nodding flowers with a purple calyx and orange-pink petals, and divided leaves like its common cousin Wood Avens.

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The white flowered of Geum rivale is equally strong growing.

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Also known as 'Queen of the Meadow', (she's a shepherdess in Welsh) the fern like leaves and creamy blossoms in late summer have been used for flavouring potpourri for centuries. It grows 3ft tall in any moist soil in full sun, liking waterlogged ground as well.

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This plant of wet meadows and stream sides, grows from a rhizome to 1m high and produces clusters of cream yellow flowers in summer, hence the Welsh reference to silver. It is more prevalent in the east of England where it is another native in decline.

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