This little native with its wiry creeping rhizomes and whorls of bright green leaves makes excellent groundcover in shade. In early summer it is dotted with starry white flowers. From medieval times the dried leaves with their scent of new-mown hay were used to scent clothes. It thrives in any rich shaded soils that are not too acid.

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A close relative of Campion, this enjoys moist to marshy ground all over this country and as far north as Iceland. The flowers in summer have four deeply cut pink petals.

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With showy lilac campanula flowers on 2-3 ft stems throughout late summer, this is the sister plant to the northern Giant Bellflower, and frequents hedgerows and limestone woodlands of Southern England and into the Welsh Borders.

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Growing on moist banks and walls, particularly here in Wales and the West it is easy to picture the round, succulent "penny leaves" of the Welsh name being used for toy coins. The plant, a well-known member of the Sedum family, grows from a tuber.

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Found in well drained areas of woods all over the British Isles. With tussocks of glossy long narrow leaves and thin stems of tiny chestnut-brown flowers, this makes a fine feature in a woodland area. Using stolons it spreads well, liking more acid conditions.

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Also known as Gladdon or Gladwyn, this is one of the two native British Irises. The Stinking refers to the pungency of the leaves when bruised. Mauve flowers in summer are followed by brilliant scarlet seeds in autumn. It enjoys a variety of conditions being found in quite deep shade as well as open sites.

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This charming plant is also known as 'Ladies Smocks. A native of damp meadows, it is equally at home in bogs and drier areas. Flowering in spring, its dainty, silvery pink blossoms once inspired Shakespeare.

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In mid to late summer the blue button like flowers of this plant float 3’ high in marshes and wet places all over Britain. The association with the infernal one is somewhat convoluted but seems to refer to an act of spite on his part resulting in his chewing off the end of the root, which does have a rather mangled appearance.

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This stately native Iris is ideal for pond side planting, but will grow well in damp or even waterlogged ground anywhere. It is found throughout the British Isles in wet conditions. Its yellow flowers appear June to July, Height 24-30".

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A handsome marginal plant with large dock like leaves and sturdy, long lasting pink pokers in May-June. This is a selected form of the native bistort, which grows wild in damp mountain meadows, as well as hedge banks in our area. It was once used as a herb to aid conception and child birth and is still used in Easter Hedger pudding eaten in the Lake District.

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