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wild flower

1. any flowering plant that grows in an uncultivated state
2. the flower of such a plant
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Merseyside charity Landlife, which founded the National Wildflower Centre in Knowsley, has set up an historic new conservation agreement in Kunming, South West China.
To view Colorado's magnificent wildflowers in the state's true wilderness, look no further than the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway.
Spring ephemerals are wildflowers that bloom on the forest floor before the trees completely leaf out.
With this in mind, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is playing its part during National Gardening Week (April 15-21) as its gardens across the country host talks, demonstrations and events to get gardeners growing wildflowers.
If you have sandy or welldrained soils, wildflowers can be sown during the autumn, but if you have wetter, colder soils, you're better off sowing in the spring.
If you have sandy or well-drained soils, wildflowers can be sownin the autumn, but if you have wetter, colder soils, you're better off sowing in the spring.
A WILDFLOWER bed is being created to bring Stockton's Britain in Bloom 2012 campaign to life.
We've teamed up with The Co-operative to help promote the importance of wildflowers and the part they play in sustaining bees and butterflies.
Sue Southway, who is leading Plantlife's Wildflowers Count survey, said: "Our survey is really simple and all our volunteers get a free colour guide of the wildflowers included.
This colourful chart features photos of the most common wildflowers that can be found growing wild on the Great Orme.
WORLD Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) is giving people the chance to remember lost loved ones with a living memorial of wildflowers.