Woodland Wildflower identification and information

The flowers are arranged in blocks of 8 and roughly in the order in which they first come into bloom. If you click on the appropriate  highlighted name below the block then that will link through to a page dedicated to that species.

 

NB Click on the typed name, not the photo

First flowers appearing  in January/February.

    Gorse        Winter Heliotrope        Winter Aconite   Greater Periwinkle  

   Lesser Periwinkle    Snowdrop      Coltsfoot            Spurge Laurel 


Stinking Hellebore     Green Hellebore    Sweet Violet         Saxifrage (Opposite and Alternate Leaved)

 Barren Strawberry  Dogs Mercury     Giant Butterbur      Lesser Celandine

______________________________________________________

First flowers appearing in March.

Yellow Star of Bethlehem       Butchers broom     Wood Anemone       Primrose

Ground Ivy            Butterbur                  Wild Daffodil          Spring Crocus

_____________________________________________________________

Creeping Buttercup Yellow Pimpernel  Common  and Wood Dog Violet        Wood Spurge

Green Alkanet      Lungwort     White Dead Nettle                Red Campion

______________________________________________________

First flowers appearing in April

Greater Stitchwort     Cuckooflower       Moschatel         Bilberry

Wood sorrel    Herb Robert     Bugle         Ramsons

______________________________________________________

Comfrey ( Creeping and Tuberous)  Wild Tulip          Bluebell            American Skunk Cabbage 

   Three-nerved SandwortSheep’s sorrel   Fringe Cups    Garlic Mustard    

______________________________________________________

First flowers appearing in May

  Wild Strawberry Water Avens       Pink Purslane     Bush Vetch 

 Bitter Vetchling  Cow Parsley   Wood Forget me not      Yellow Archangel  

______________________________________________________

  Wood SpeedwellToothwort       Woodruff       Early Purple Orchid

  Lords and LadiesWelsh Poppy     Goldilocks Buttercup      False Oxlip   

______________________________________________________

   ColumbineMonkshood       Climbing Corydalis      Stinging Nettle

    Wood StitchwortCommon Bistort  Narrow-leaved Bittercress  Large Bittercress

______________________________________________________

Flowers first appearing in June

 Loddon LilyBlack Bryony    White Bryony    Navelwort 

   Herb BennetHogweed      Rough Chervil    Pignut 

                               ____________________________________________________________________________

Ivy-leaved Speedwell       Thyme-leaved Speedwell       Heath Speedwell         Germander Speedwell

___________________________________________

Sanicle  Common Figwort     Shining Cranesbill      Common Cow-wheat 

Ragged Robin   Cleavers            Leopardsbane   Spiked Star of Bethlehem    

______________________________________________________

Solomons Seal Lilly of the Valley   Common Spotted Orchid  Common Twayblade 

  Fly OrchidWhite and Narrow-leaved Helleborine  Bastard Balm Wood Dock

    ______________________________________________________

Common WintergreenSlender St John’s Wort    Herb Paris       Tutsan 

  Creeping JennyMeadow Sweet       Trailing Tormentil    Fragrant Agrimony

____________________________________________

Wood VetchGreater Birdsfoot Trefoil     Narrow-leaved Everlasting Pea     Broad-leaved Willow Herb 

American Willow HerbRosebay Willow Herb   Upright Spurge    Caper Spurge

________________________________________________________________________________

Wood CranesbillGround-elder Wild Angelica Lesser and Common Centaury

Bittersweet Common Gromwell Hedge Woundwort Selfheal

____________________________________________________

Foxglove Ivy Broomrape  Nettle-leaved Bellflower Spreading Bellflower

Wild Madder Common Valerian  Marsh Thistle Nipplewort

_____________________________________________________

Martagon Lilly  Angular Solomon’s Seal Stinking Iris  Greater Butterfly Orchid

Red Helleborine  Birds Nest Orchid  Wall Lettuce  Water Pepper

_____________________________________________________

Pale St John’s Wort  Heather  Orpine  Pale Willow Herb

Greater Willow HerEnchanters Nightshade Hedge Parsley Skullcap

______________________________________________________

Wood Sage Yellow Birds Nest Giant and Peach-leaved Bellflower Ivy-leaved Bellflower

Small Teasel Goldenrod Ploughman’s Spikenard Heath Cudweed

____________________________________________________

Saw wort     Burdock  Hemp Agrimony    Narrow-lipped, and Green-flowered Helleborine

Broad-leaved and Violet Helleborine     Sowbread      Autumn Crocus

_______________________________________

That’s  yer lot

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close