3) Cow Parsley: I see loads of this plant walking to work by the edge of a school field.Its other name is queen annes Lace.Someone wrote a blog post about that plant/flower before.Tell me if you know who did it, so i can link them..
It was called queen Annes lace according to this site because when she Travelled in May it flowers sprung up. Apparently its related to deadly nightshade..
4) Michaelmas Daisys: These are actually cultivated and grown in many gardens i walk past.I guess its a traditional flower that has been cultivated for its cheery flowers, and the cool thing that they close their flowers in inclement weather, opening only for the sunshine.They look asleep when their flower buds are pulled close together. http://www.uksafari.com/michaelmas.htm.
The name comes from the traditional flowering date of September 29th, Saint Michaels feast.the warrior saint of Angels.
5) Dog Roses: Rosa Canina a scrambling hedgerow rose common in Britain.I see it in that wasteland bordering some houses.The pink flowers are so cute.You can make tea, syrup, or marmalade from the fruits (hips) after flowering.Picture to follow this post..
6) Last but not least the Bluebell wood. A common British literary theme.The bluebells grow beneath the tree canopies and cover the wood floor in a carpet of blue flowers.These are found all over Great Britain and Ireland.