UK wild flowers: Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris ) This is maybe the most exotic flower, its chequered bells look like stained glass when the light shines through them, each pale cell outlined by a darker frame. The reason fritillaries are now so rare is that, as bulbs, they can be destroyed by just one ploughing of a site where they may have been for centuries. Photograph: Jonathan Buckley

Ten of Britain's rarest wild flowers – in pictures

UK wild flowers: Fritillary This is maybe the most exotic flower, its checkered bells look like stained glass when the light shines through them, each pale cell outlined by a darker frame.

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Table Mountain wildflowers near Oroville in Northern California, one of the things that miss the very most. I love wild flower fields!

Pretty eco-friendly flowers. From http://whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com/2013/10/eco-friendly-gluten-free-elopement-wedding-ideas.html

Eco Friendly & Gluten Free Elopement Wedding Ideas

Wildflower Bouquet 💐 Campbell’s Flowers have created a foraged bouquet, which is super easy and very economical to create. I so love Cow Parsley and the addition.

Like wildflowers, you must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would.

be a wild flower quote (NauticalWheeler)

"Like wildflowers; you must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would." ----- I see where they p/i/c/k/e/d/ chose a dandelion for the wild flower.

DIY Wildflower Arrangement  // Styling & Concept: Holly Marder / Avenue Lifestyle // Photography: Anouschka Rokebrand

wildflower editorial which I collaborated on with photographer Anouschka Rokebrand.as promised, a pretty DIY wildflower arrangement with gorgeous floral inspiration to kick start your week.

Field of Lupines, I ❤️ this flower!!!                              … …

Okay Sarah, does this remind you of The Lupine Lady. :) Wild lupines in Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand

I have always loved Queen Anne's Lace.  When I was little my grandmother would pick some and add food coloring to the water so the flower heads took on the color of the water.  Special memories for me.

WILD FLOWERS I have always loved Queen Anne's Lace. When I was little my grandmother would pick some and add food coloring to the water so the flower heads took on the color of the water. Special memories for me.

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