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Photo taken on 4/06/09 at Totternhoe, Beds.
One of the commonest and most easily recognisable flowers in the British Isles, forever associated with Remembrance Sunday when those who have fallen in war are remembered (it was the only flower that grew on the muddy battlefields of the Western Front in World War One). It flowers from June to August.
Photo taken on 22/05/07, between Whitchurch Hill and Goring, Oxon, on Day 19 of my second Chiltern Way walk
Photo taken on 23/06/08 near Mapledurham, Oxon, on Walk 20 of the Chiltern Chain Walk