Solved Forgotten the name of this one

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  1. will562

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    Has a common name but can’t remember it.....
     

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    Hmm!
    May I suggest you go and have a really close look.
    Your pic has 2 different plants.
    On left with left over yellow flower looks like Geum urbanum...common name Water avens.

    Geum urbanum - Google Search

    Other plant...?
     
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    • will562

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      well spotted, I was referring to the plant on the right of the picture.
       
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      yes this is it thanks! But it’s not the common name I had in my head (Loosestrife) Perhaps I’m getting mixed up with another plant.

      thanks both
       
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      Hi @will562 , its common name is Yellow Loosestrife .
       
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      Hi

      yes found that thanks, but I’m thinking of a different common name so perhaps a different plant altogether.

      Thanks

      Will
       
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