Three to identify if anyone can help please?
The last one looks like it could be a sweet pea GD.
Top one looks like pulmonaria
The top one looks like Green Alkanet, Pentaglottis Sempervirens and maybe intertwined with wild radish, Raphanus Raphanistrum. Middle picture looks like some kind of Salvia, maybe Pratensis. Bottom picture some kind of pea plant.
Probably Salvia pratensis and Vicia sativa, Common Vetch
The top one looks like an Anchusa.
1. One of the Alkanets.
2. Salvia probably pratensis.
3. A vetch, no idea which one.
1. Looks like Pentaglottis sempervirens.
2. Stachys sylvatica...hedge wounswort.
3.Looks like Vicia sativa...vetch
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You have all come up with some plausible names for my three wild plants found on a short nature walk on Thursday last. I would have to go with Vicia Sativa vetch for the last plant, not 100% sure of the first and I think you may be right with the middle picture Silver Surfer although I couldn't get the link to work.
Thanks for all the input. We are so lucky to have all these amazing plants growing within a 3 mile radius of our home.
Odd that link didn't work.
Stachys officinalis has square stems..opposite leaves, small flowers up a stem.
Try this link...
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SS is right re Hedge Woundwort.
especially as I posted a photo of this with Tulipa sprengeri somewhere. Here?