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UK Nature > Wild Flowers > Red & Pink Wild Flowers

Black Horehound
Ballota nigra

Broad-leaved Willowherb
Epilobium montanum

Common Centaury
Centaurium erythraea

Common Knapweed
Centaurea nigra

Common Mallow
Malva sylvestris

Common Restharrow
Ononis repens

Spotted Orchid
Dactylorhiza fuchsii

Common Storksbill
Erodium cicutarium

Common Vetch
Vicia sativa

Agrostemma githago

Creeping Thistle
Cirsium arvense

Dog Rose
Rosa canina

Digitalis purpurea

Greater Knapweed
Centaurea scabiosa

Hare's-foot Clover
Trifolium arvense

Hedge Woundwort
Stachys sylvatica

Eupatorium cannabinum

Herb Robert
Geranium robertianum

Himalayan Balsam
Impatiens glandulifera

Marsh Thistle
Cirsium palustre

Pink Purslane
Claytonia sibirica

Red Bartsia
Odontites verna

Red Campion
Silene dioica

Red Clover
Trifolium pratense

Red Dead-nettle
Lamium purpureum

Red Poppy
Papaver rhoeas

Red Valerian
Centranthus ruber

Rosebay Willowherb
Chamerion angustifolium

Rosy Garlic
Allium roseum

Salad Burnet
Sanguisorba minor

Scarlet Pimpernel
Anagallis arvensis

Southern Marsh Orchid
Dactylorhiza praetermissa

Spear Thistle
Cirsium vulgare

Water Mint
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