Posted: 07/05/2016 at 08:05
I'm having the same problem and can't zoom in on the pictures, but I'll have a stab at them
1. Could be one of the malvia family - probably the wild one.
2. Pink/red dead nettle
3. Possibly nigella
4. Possibly a large field poppy
5. Possibly opium poppy
6. Scarlet flax (Linum grandiflorum rubrum)
8. As with Ladybird, I can't see it well enough - it could be a bindweed or possibly a type of clematis. If the stem twines it's likely to be a bindweed - if the leaf stalks curl around and cling onto supports it could be a clematis.