Identified flowers.

Primula veris.

‪Found one I forgot about from earlier this year. Primula veris, Cowslip of the family Primulaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:25 PM.‬

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Glechoma hederacea.

This one is completely new to me. Whoohoo! Awesome. I really like it. Glechoma hederacea, Ground Ivy of the family Lamiaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 13:45 PM.

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Taraxacum officinale.

Common but unbelievably fascinating. It is not actually a flower but a ‘head’ of florets called a capitulum. Taraxacum officinale, Dandelion of the family Asteraceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 13:35 PM.

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Prunus spinosa.

Spikey! Prunus spinosa, Blackthorn of the family Rosaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 13:34 PM.

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Myosotis sylvatica.

Easy one to ‘remember.’ Myosotis sylvatica, Wood Forget-Me-Not of the family Boraginaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:54 PM.

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