corn marigold

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Related to corn marigold: corn chamomile, meadow buttercup, lesser knapweed
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Synonyms for corn marigold

European herb with bright yellow flowers

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But corn marigold - chrysanthemum segetum - was found at a single location, while sharp-leaved fluellen - kickxia elatine - was found at only three different locations.
Plants such as Corn Marigold, Corn Cockle, Camomile, Cambridge Milk Parsley, Field Scabious, Field Poppy, Greater Knapweed, Ox Eye Daisy, Ragged Robin, Teasel, along with meadow turf are ideal for attracting insects, with the added benefit of helping to ensure good pollination of flowers.
Dr Jill Sutcliffe, botanical manager at English Nature, said the common blue cornflower and golden corn marigold wildflowers might also become a regular sight.
For ultimate flower-power choose a seed mix that includes red field poppies, yellow corn marigold, white scentless corn camomile, purple corncockle, blue cornflower and white campion.
Other flowering plants which are decreasing included the corn buttercup and the corn marigold.
A wildflower meadow blooms with poppies, cornflowers, corn marigold and corn crockel through the spring and summer.
And the flowers provide a fantastic splash of colour for the garden - cowslip, corn marigold, teasel, primrose, royal ensign, ragged robin, ox eye daisy.
For real flower power sow red field poppies, yellow corn marigold, white corn camomile plus blue cornflower and white campion.
There is a five-inch pot, growing medium, cornflower seeds, corn poppy seeds, corn marigold seeds and coloured pencils along with a butterfly activity booklet.
TRUE BLUE: The fate of cornflowers is a major concern; BEAUTY: Sam Alston, of Defra, admires Corn Marigold in Huyton
There are usually seeds of corn poppies, corn marigolds, cornflowers and corn cockle in annual "cornfield" mixes, vividly coloured flowers all excellent for pollinators.
A coroner's report showed that a Jane Shaxspere drowned aged two-and-a-half while picking corn marigolds 20 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon in 1569.
This year at Butterfly World, we've sown the whole site with cornfield annuals - corn marigolds, cornflowers, poppies, corn chamomile.
If you have well-cultivated soil, annuals such as cornflowers, corn poppies, corn marigolds and corncockles will do well.
A coroner's report shows Jane Shaxspere drowned aged two-and-ahalf while picking corn marigolds 20 miles from Stratford in 1569, when the playwright would have been aged about five.