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Are these wild flowers Viper’s Bugloss or something else, please? Growing along a riverside path in East Lothian.

 

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Russian comfrey, Symphytum x uplandicum

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42 minutes ago, John Richmond said:

Russian comfrey, Symphytum x uplandicum

Glad I asked, thanks!

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Now I am hoping I have got this ID right as Corn Chamomile, Anthemis arvensis, mixed in with the red poppies.

 

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Hi, you can use the Google Image search to help in identification by uploading your image. The search engine will show you sim liar images and this may help to identify anything.

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On 23/06/2019 at 21:21, Sally said:

Now I am hoping I have got this ID right as Corn Chamomile, Anthemis arvensis, mixed in with the red poppies.

 

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I'm not sure they are, possibly the more common Ox-Eye Daises- Leucanthemum vulgare.

 

John.

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1 hour ago, Stokie said:

 

I'm not sure they are, possibly the more common Ox-Eye Daises- Leucanthemum vulgare.

 

John.

Ok, thanks very much.

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