Sunday Picture Post: Dune Community

I’ve already posted several of the photos I took back in May when I walked along the river Bure, through Bure Park, and onto the dunes… now I give you my shots of the wildflowers there (those not trodden by too many feet!)

Devilsbit Scabious? Or Sheepsbit?: 18 May 2020

Tiny plant, easily missed. But whose ‘bit’ is it? It’s one I’ve never been absolutely sure on.

Sea Holly: 18 May 2020

Beware with bare feet. Those leaves are prickly.

Birdsfoot Trefoil: 18 May 2020

This trefoil has many regional names. The one I like best is Egg and Bacon.

Tree Lupin: 18 May 202

A total misnomer. As you can see, it’s not a tree, though it can grow to a shrubby 6′. It’s a common sight on the dunes of Norfolk and Suffolk

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22 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Dune Community

  1. Deborah says:

    These are so beautiful! Thank you Crispina! 🙂 ❤

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  2. Jen Goldie says:

    Another group of beautiful wild flowers. Thank you.
    I love the yellow and so The Lupin most.
    Holly’s such a nice name yet always prickly. Very hardy.

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  3. A nice selection. I thought the “tre” in trefoil stands for three, and the name means three sections or three petals?

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  4. Dale says:

    A lovely collection.

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  5. Lovely flowers Crispina.

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  6. Do you seek out these flowers, or is England just like this all the time?

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  7. Ramyani Bhattacharya says:

    You take wonderful pictures! I love yellow coloured flowers, it makes me feel at peace.

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