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Tag Archives: British Flora
The flowers of hedgerow, riverside and field, plus a selection of “flyers” encountered on our visit to Coltishall on 15th July 2021 Some common, some rare, some purely delightful… hope you’ve enjoyed. More next week.
Some of the flowers and fluttering things seen on our walk on 7th July 2021. Enjoy It was difficult to make the selection this week, so many flowers now in bloom. Hope you’ve enjoyed the ones I’ve chosen. More next … Continue reading
Continuing the flowers seen on my last walk (19th June 2021) And in the churchyard There is no flower that can follow the orchid Hope you enjoyed
All photos taken 19th June 2021. Enjoy. That’s all for now, folks. Oh, but have I a treat for you next week
June 11th, with the temperature rising, we decide to take a bus to the North Norfolk Coast. Cos there it’ll be cooler. Right? Mmm. When we arrive the tide is high. So we walk the prom and take in the … Continue reading
Photos of flowers taken on our walk from East Carlton to Swardeston via Intwood 1st June 2021 Grasses are flowers too. Not sure if this is foxtail or timothy Horse chestnut (conker tree)… Leopardbane, a naturalised garden escapee… Cranesbill, one … Continue reading
The flowers and fauna seen on our walk on 1st June 2021. Enjoy Poppy… One of the many cranesbills… Buttercup… up close and personal… Forget-me-nots… and stinging nettes Pink Campion (which is a hybrid of white & red) Above the … Continue reading
As I explained on Sunday, the op on my eye has kept me close to home. But that doesn’t mean no flowers! Enjoy. A beautiful taste of spring before it edges into summer Hope you enjoyed
Continuing the flowers seen along the way in Lothingland (12th May) Hope you enjoyed. More flowers next week