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Lychnis coronaria Rose campion with Linaria purpurea Purple toadflax

Silene dioica, red campion, a vigorous self-seeder, but since it is almost summer dormant, it fits in well with summer flowering perennials, at least in our ...

Campion Cull

Wednesday Weed – Rose Campion

Aquilegia vulgaris, the Queen of self-seeders, as they maintain amazing diversity as generations replace each other.

Back to rose campion. The Latin species name 'coronaria' implies that this plant was used in garlands, and very fine they would have been too.

Hesperis matronalis - one of those self-seeders that annoying does not seed where you want it to, and does where you don't want it.

“Pink Cloud” and “Monch” asters with fading peony foliage and a few Rose Campion flowers.

Below – Bladder campion – one of our fave wildflowers…like fairy wings

Nar Cottage wildflower meadow in June 2015 - A mass of white Ox-eye daisies

On my way I had visited the fabulous Hermannshof garden at Weinheim in Germany's Rhineland, somewhere I ideally try to get to once a year.

Red chair, lupins, socks and cartwheels

... the tiny plots marked with sticks, twine, and pebbles to hold down the warped seed packets proclaiming their riches: radish, big boy tomato, ripe red ...

Red Clover Wild Flower Seed Bombs

Selfheal is a Native Irish Wildflower perennial that grows abundantly across areas of the western counties of Ireland. It grows to 50cm in height in moist ...

Top image – Blackthorn, the first of the trees to blossom in April (flowers before the leaves come). Above is Blog Pimpernel which grows on what had been ...

Astrantia major varieties, all seeded from - originally pink/red, varieties.

Red Campion flowers in the Scrapes and over the last couple of years in some other places too. It flowers early and sets seed quickly.

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Rose campion Lychnis coronaria, magenta and white forms

What a year this has been so far. Winter seemed as if it was never going to end and it rained so much I thought we would be living in a sea ...

Taylor Park in St Helens greeted us with a fine display of pink flowers by the gates. Japanese Anemones?

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Wander through the Dicotyledon Order Beds behind the kiosk and behold these seasonal delights! You

bladder campion

Rose campion is a member of the Caryophyllaceae or carnation family, and is native throughout Europe and Asia, although it was introduced to North America ...

Red campion

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In the polytunnel self-seeded Snapdragons provide a striking colour point.

Busy, buzzy beekeepers

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A golden yellow female Broad-bodied Chaser dragonly perched on red campion flowers

Larkspur 'Bunny Bloom Indigo' Organic. A nostalgic charmer with ...

Fox Glove Seed Bomb

Hollyhocks at the back of one of our plantings at Montpelier Cottage; despite being on heavy loam they self-seed well. The colour range is very rewarding.

Beautiful light pink Azaleas photo by Linda Guy Phillips

Slender St John's-wort and Bramble (blackberry) flowers

Arugula has been allowed to self-seed in my yard for so long that it's now a common weed. I throw leaves in the rosette stage into salad, and any that get ...

Larkspur 'Giant Imperial' Organic

Red Campion flowers in the Scrapes and over the last couple of years in some other places too. It flowers early and sets seed quickly.

Campion. In fact ...

Details about 30+ Fragrant Carnation Red and White Raspberry Ripple Perennial Flower Seeds

The following spring I get lovely bunches of early leaves to chop over salad and other stuff, and then it shoots to seed and reseeds itself.

Our native red campion (Silene dioica) here as well, on the left, a short-lived perennial, which seeds strongly once established, and another winter annual, ...

Fortunately the butterflies were out, if not in force, at least numerous enough to liven up the afternoon. The Large Whites at 21 took the top prize, ...

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Coming soon, a 'Green Machine putting the park back into parking' in Kentish Town; an orchard in a secondly school football pitch (!) and another station ...

Cow Slip Seed Bomb

The astrantia majors are doing exceptionally well in the garden this year! Hope to get

News & Events. Below are a list of ...

Cow Parsley and Red Campion. IMG_4691Red Campion (640x480)

Back in the day, when I had my nursery, which was 1985 -1993 (not very long I know, but I rapidly realised this was no way to make a living!), ...

Autumn Pinks at Hayefield.com

Eventually, as it wilts for the season, it turns a deeper pink.

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... Garlic Mustard; Red Campion; Ladies Mantle agg; Barren Strawberry; Cowslip; Daisy; Ribwort Plantain; Salad Burnet; Cuckooflower and Dandelion agg.

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The Project Gutenberg eBook of Wild Flowers Worth Knowing, by Neltje Blanchan et al

The Distributed Proofreaders Canada eBook of The Canadian Horticulturist Vol. VI, Compendium and Index by D.W. Beadle (ed.)

The path was very quiet, only a few cyclists and one other pair of walkers, apart from which we had the path to ourselves, which we shared only with Red ...

The Ramsons stand at New Court – and a close up of the effects of being located under a rookery

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Helleborine images I showed a ...

Colchicums, called “autumn crocus” by some, but they're not crocuses at all.

Wander through the Dicotyledon Order Beds behind the kiosk and behold these seasonal delights! You

The common violet grew in breathtaking masses on Cornish hedges and hosted several of the fritillary butterflies until the first flailing wiped out so many ...

Cowslips, Primula veris, like nearly all primulas will seed very easily in the right conditions.

The local conservation group have clearly been busy cutting and clearing the grass verge on the east side of Slipper Millpond, sensibly leaving several ...

Pink - Fringed 'Ambrosia' Organic

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Corn Marigold Seed Bomb

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I grow the sorrel variety called “Perpetual,” which doesn't go to seed. It has the zingy lemony taste of garden sorrel but has thicker, more tender leaves ...

With the sun sinking lower in the winter sky, I am soon back at the end of the runway, which must have been a very welcome sight for those young pilots ...

4. 5c9fyKw7_WRtCzEd08NRHuy9u16xcXM0UCJYbwXy6O8[1].jpg. Bright red rowan berries in July.

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Yana Djin and Sharanya Manivannan are the 4th seed v. 13th seed contest in Bracket Beautiful. Their lines have a ...

Beautiful natives, two wild flowers surrounded by centuries of folklore - cow parsley (or

The beautiful Oak Wood close to Lough Eske where Red Squirrels and Jays are to be seen. The colourful Hemp Nettle pictured at the Lay-by at the northern end ...

Nar Cottage wildflower meadow by July 2017 - A diverse mix of pink purple Knapweeds,

We love the palette of strong greens tinged with purple.

... about half an inch across, which are provided with stamens so numerous, the many flowered terminal clusters have a soft, feathery effect.

From the top: Grasses and Foxglove; Silverweed; Red Campion; Scarlet Pimpernel; Bog Pimpernel; White Stonecrop

2015 at 1078 × 625 in Tehtud tööd

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Red Campion Silene dioica was suffering from a smut Fungus Microbotryum silenesdioicae which infects the anthers of male flowers causing them to become ...

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Nettleham News - 2010-02 - Summer 2010 - Issue 110

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Self-sowing, self-seeding, whatever you would like to call it, is a crucial part of the new naturalism. Although progressive gardeners from Margery Fish ...

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Create towers of flowers with big Joe Pye weed, which can grow more than 6 feet tall. If you don't have that much room, don't worry -- types such as 'Little ...

Voyages from Montreal on the river St. Laurence, through the continent of North America, to the frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the years 1789 and 1793.