red campion


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Related to red campion: meadow buttercup, rose campion, Silene dioica
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Noun1.red campion - biennial European catchfly having red or pink flowersred campion - biennial European catchfly having red or pink flowers; sometimes placed in genus Lychnis
genus Silene - large widely distributed genus of plants having mostly showy flowers of various colors: campion; catchfly
campion, catchfly, silene - any plant of the genus Silene
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Mae blodyn neidr (Silene dioica; Red Campion) pinc yn amlwg iawn y dyddiau yma hefyd, ac mae'r enwau blodyn taranau neu flodyn tyrfe hefyd yn addas iawn arno.
The scent must be incredible, let alone the sight, and the blue carpets are indispersed with the pink flowers of the red campion.
Plant wildflowers such as ox-eye daisy and red campion, pictured right, which attract caterpillars - a great source of grub.
h Plant wildflowers such as ox-eye daisy and red campion, pictured right, ws which attract caterpillars - a great source of grub.
Plant wildflowers such as ox-eye daisy and red campion, which attract caterpillars - a great source of grub.
Create a bed featuring wildflowers which will grow on poor soils, including meadow clary (Salvia pratensis) and red campion (Silene dioica) along with nectar-rich open-centred flowers including poppies, catmint, sedums and herbs such as lavender, mint and thyme.
Last summer, flower meadows were created at 10 sites across the city, with cornflowers, poppies, oxeye daisies, meadow buttercups and red campion.
The Society, helped by two visiting Duke of Edinburgh students, prepared to welcome the bees by planting and sowing native wild flowers, including bluebells, foxgloves and red campion. These will provide a vital source of nectar and pollen for the bees as well as attracting a variety of pollinating insects.
Create a bed featuring wildflowers which will grow on poor soils, including meadow clary (Salvia pratensis) and red campion (Silene dioica) along with nectarrich open-centred flowers including poppies, catmint, sedums and herbs such as lavender, mint and thyme.
Create a bed featuring wildflowers which will grow on poor soils, including meadow clary (Salvia pratensis) and red campion (Silene dioica) along with nectar-rich opencentred flowers including poppies, catmint, sedums and herbs such as lavender, mint and thyme.
Steve has been studying gannets for years at the RSPB's Bempton Cliffs nature reserve on the Yorkshire coast and noticed a male bird bringing a gift of red campion flowers, trailing in a line in the wind.