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Agrimony 1
Alehoof, Ground Ivy or Gill-go-by-Ground 1
Anemone. Wood,1
Archangel, Dead Nettle 1
Avens, Herb Bennet 1
Bedstraw. Lady's, 4
Beech Tree 8
Betony. Wood, 1
Bindweed 8
Birdsfoot Trefoil 1
Blackberry (hedge climber) 1
Black Grass 2
Black Mullein - see Mullein 2
Black Mustard - see Mustard 2
Blackthom (shrub)8
Bluebell 4
Borage 5
Bracken (fern) 5
Brown Knapweed - see Knapweed 4
Bryony 1
Buck's Horn - see Plaintain 8
Burdock, Happy Major 5
Burnet - see Meadow Pimperne l
Calamint 1
Carrot 2
Catmint 1
Celadine. Lesser, 1
Centuary 2
Chamomile 2
Chervil, Sweet Cicely 2
Chickweed 2
Cleavers (Goosegrass) 2
Cocksfoot (Grass) 2
Common Sorrel - see Sorrel 5
Cornflower, Hurt sickle 1
Couch - see Dogs Grass 3
Cowslip 2
Cranesbill. Stinking, or Doves foot 7
Creeping Jenny - see Moneywort 3
Crosswort 2
Crowfoot 2
Cuckoo-pint 2
Daisy. Little, 2
Daisy. Ox-eye, 2
Dandelion 6
Damel Grass 3
Dead Nettle - see Archangel 1
Deadly Nightshade - see Nightshade 3
Dock 5
Dog Rose,(hedge climber) 3
Dogs Grass, Couch or Twitch 3
Doves foot - see Cranesbill 7
Eglantine Rose (hedge climber) 3
Elderflower (shrub) 6
Flax, Linseed 6
Forget-me-not 8
Foxglove 3
Gill-go-by-Ground - see Alehoof 1
Goat's Beard, Jack go to bed at Noon, Good King Henry 3
Greater Knapweed - see Knapweed 4
Great Mullein - see Mullein 2
Ground Ivy - see Alehoof 1
Groundsel 6
Hairy Willowherb - see Willowherb 7
Happy Major - see Burdock 5
Harts Tongue (fern)3
Hawkweed 6
Hawthom (shrub/tree) May Tree 6
Hedge Mustard - Mustard 2
Hazel (shrub/tree) 6
Hearts Ease (Wild Pansy) 2
Herb Robert 4
Herb Bennet - see Avens 1
Holly (tree) 4
Honeysuckle or Woodbyne (hedge climber) 4
Horsechestnut (conker tree) 9
Hurt sickle - see Cornflower 1
Ivy (climber) 7
Jack by the Hedge 7
Jack go to bed at Noon - see Goat's Beard 3
Knapweed. Greater, 4
Knapweed. Brown, 4
Lady's Bedstraw - see Bedstraw 4
Lesser Celadine - see Celadine 1
Linseed - see Flax 6
Little Daisy - see Daisy 2
Marjoram, Wild 4
Marjoram, Sweet 4
Meadow Pimpernel, Burnet 1
Mistletoe. (parasite) 2
Moneywort, Creeping Jenny 3
Mugwort 2
Mullein. Great, 2
Mullein. Black, 2
Mustard. Hedge, 2
Mustard, Black 2
Nightshade. Woody, 1
Nightshade. Deadly, 3
Oak Tree 9
Ox-eye Daisy - see Daisy 2
Pellitory of Spain 3
Periwinkle 4
Plaintain 8
Plaintain, Buck's Horn 8
Plaintain, Ribwort 8
Polypody (fern) 5
Poppy 5
Pussy Willow (Shrub) 9
Quaking Grass 8
Ragwort 7
Raspberry (climber) 5
Scabious 3
Ribwort - see Plaintain 8
Rosebay Willowherb - see Willowherb 7
Scarlet Pimpernel 8
Self Heal 7
Shepherds' Purse 7
Silverweed 5
Sorrel. Common, 5
Sorrel. Sheeps, 5
Speedwell 3
Spindle (shrub/tree) 9
Strawberry 5
Stinking Cranesbill - see Cranesbill
Sweet Cicely - see Chervil 2
Sweet Marjoram - see Marjoram 4
Teasel 7
Thistle. Common, Scotch 5
Thistle. Sow, 5
Thistle, Tree Sow 5
Thornapple 8
Toadflax 6
Trefoil - see Birdsfoot 8
Twitch - see Dogs Grass 3
Violet 4
Wayfaring Tree 9
Willow Tree 7
Willow, Pussy. Shrub 9
Willowherb. Hairy, 7
Willowherb. Rosebay, 7
Wood Anemone - see Anemone 1
Wood Betony - see Betony 1
Woody Nightshade - see Nightshade 1
Yarrow 9
Yew Tree 8

Wydnum Pear - White leaf hedgerow trees
Wild Cherry - Hedgerow trees
Wild Crab Apple - Hedgerow trees

 
 

The Chiltern's Wild Flowers

Art researched and drawn by one of our village historians - Joan Smith.

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