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UK Nature > Wild Flowers > Yellow Wild Flowers

Bird's-foot Trefoil
Lotus corniculatus

Cat's-ear
Hypochaeris radicata

Corn Marigold
Glebionis segetum

Dandelion
Taraxacum officinale

Fleabane
Pulicaria dysenterica

Greater Celandine
Chelidonium majus

Groundsel
Senecio vulgaris

Lesser Celandine
Ranunculus ficaria

Nipplewort
Lapsana communis

Ragwort
Senecio jacobaea

Silverweed
Argentina anserina

Smooth Hawksbeard
Crepis capillaris

Sow Thistle
Sonchus oleraceus

Toadflax
Linaria vulgaris

Wood Avens
Geum urbanum

Yellow Archangel
Lamiastrum galeobdolon

Yellow Rattle
Rhinanthus minor


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