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South-east England

The wealth of rarities at our Plantlife reserve at Ranscombe Farm in Kent suggests the 'Garden of England' has some fine wildflowers in its borders. Meadow clary, ground pine and rough marsh-mallow can be found here and the site has been considered botanically important for centuries.

Elsewhere in the region is just as impressive: from fritillaries in Oxfordshire (the species is the county's flower) to orchids on the Downs; the woods and heath of the New Forest and the unique marine landscape of the Solent coast, a fine floral heritage can be found.


County Flowers

Find out what your County Flower is by clicking on your county below: