July wildflowers

I have already turned the calendar page to August. We had few really summer days in July although weather was quite changeable. Many bloggers are already talking about coming up change of season and I am still waiting for my summer holidays break… But definitely you can sense the change in the air and days are getting shorter. The wildflowers are still in great abundance and some will flower well into autumn. Was not going to say this word yet, but there you go!

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Enchanter’s nightshade
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Dock
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Redshank
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White musk mallow
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Dark mullein
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Great mullein
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Great mullein flower
jwort
St. John’s wort
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Ragwort
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Yellow loosestrife
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Bird’s foot trefoil
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Kidney vetch
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White sweet clover
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Tufted vetch
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Creeping thistle
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Spear thistle
burdock
Burdock
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Teasel
knapweed
Lesser knapweed
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Greater knapweed
rosebay
Purple loosestrife
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Great willow herb
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Field bindweed
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Everlasting pea
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29 thoughts on “July wildflowers

  1. Love seeing all your beautiful wild flowers.. and love that you know them all by name. This season seems to have gone by so quickly and I too feel a change in the air. It’s winter here though and I know we have some very cold days to come yet.
    Enjoy the beautiful wild flowers and the rest of your summer 🌸🔆

  2. I am constantly amazed at how many wild flowers you find so close to the city. I have to look so hard to find a few wild flowers here, probably because I live in the middle of farmland and herbicides are used everywhere. Your photos are as lovely as ever.

      1. Oh I’d love to see what butterflies you’re getting around your way! I’ve been posting data in the Big Butterfly Count for Butterfly Conservation UK. Actually got an app for it this year which makes it easier when I’m out and about 🙂

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