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UK Nature > Wild Flowers > Yellow Wild Flowers

Beaked Hawk's-beard
Crepis vesicaria

Bird's-foot Trefoil
Lotus corniculatus

Cat's Ear
Hypochaeris radicata

Common Evening Primrose
Oenothera biennis

Common Fleabane
Pulicaria dysenterica

Common Gorse
Ulex europaeus

Corn Marigold
Glebionis segetum

Primula veris

Creeping Buttercup
Ranunculus repens

Taraxacum officinale

Dotted Loosestrife
Lysimachia punctata

Fox and Cubs
Pilosella aurantiaca

Tragopogon pratensis

Greater Celandine
Chelidonium majus

Senecio vulgaris

Hedge Mustard
Sisymbrium officinale

Kidney Vetch
Anthyllis vulneraria

Lesser Celandine
Ficaria verna

Lesser Trefoil
Trifolium dubium

Marsh Marigold
Caltha palustris

Lapsana communis

Greater Celandine
Chelidonium majus

Senecio jacobaea

Sea Radish
Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. maritimus

Potentilla anserina

Smooth Hawk's-beard
Crepis capillaris

Sow Thistle
Sonchus oleraceus

Tall Melilot
Melilotus altissimus

Linaria vulgaris

Welsh Poppy
Meconopsis cambrica

Wood Avens
Geum urbanum

Yellow Archangel
Lamium galeobdolon

Yellow Corydalis
Pseudofumaria lutea

Yellow Rattle
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