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I can see Rubus fruticosus agg. (bramble - behind the nasturtium); a Fumaria (fumitory - to the left), which from the relatively coarse foliage may be Fumaria muralis (ramping fumitory); Sonchus oleraceus (smooth sow thistle - far left); Bellis perennis (daisy - in the grass); Hypochaeris radicata (catsear - in the grass); a Geranium sp. (cranesbill - at the edge of the border, below the fumitory), which might be Geranium molle (dovesfoot cranesbill); a member of the Cotoneaster horizontalis agg. (wall cotoneaster - berries at far right); a clover (in the lawn), which is this habitat is likely to be Trifolium repens (white clover); Euphorbia peplus (petty spurge - between the pink and red flowers); and what might be some Nigella seedlings; and, of course, several grasses.
I was referring to the red flowers just to right of centre.
... do the yellow flowers belong to any of these?
... Tropaeolum majus (nasturtium).
The red flowers are Tropaeolum majus (Nasturtium) as well.
Lat/Lng: 50.7242, -2.0093
OS grid ref: SY994916