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UK Nature > Wild Flowers > Blue and Purple Wild Flowers

Nicandra physalodes

Solanum dulcamara

Hyancinthoides non-scripta

Ajuga reptans

Common Comfrey
Symphytum officinale

Common Dog Violet
Viola riviniana

Common Flax
Linum usitatissimum

Centaurea cyanus

Devil's-bit Scabious
Succisa pratensis

Germander Speedwell
Veronica chamaedrys

Green Alkanet
Pentaglottis sempervirens

Ground Ivy
Glechoma hederacea

Campanula rotundifola

Sea Aster
Tripolium pannonicum

Sea Holly
Eryngium maritimum

Prunella vulgaris

Dipsacus fullonum

Tufted Vetch
Vicia cracca

Viper's Bugloss
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