Geranium nodosum 'Clos du Coudray', a hardy geranium with small, rosy purple trumpet-shaped flowers, paler along the edges, which sit just above a mound of shiny leaves. Flowers June-September. Photo; Alan Buckingham
HEATH SPOTTED ORCHID Dactylorhiza maculata ssp. ericetorum Up to 40cm high with up to 50 flowers in the warm south of the UK, can be much shorter and with far fewer flowers (5-20) elsewhere. Tends to grow in clumps. The flower spikes tending to be conical (or 'pyramidal' if botanists must).
The nodding bell shaped flowers of Fritillaria meleagris are unmistakeable for their snake skin markings. This British wild flower bulb is now protected and rarely seen in its native meadows, but will always attract attention in a woodland garden, rockery, or naturalized in grass.