Thursday, April 28, 2016

28/04/2016 Wild flowers seen out walking.

Maximum temperature 13C, minimum 1C,  16 k/h NW winds. Dry.
Cowslips, almost all are now over but a few remain..

Bluebells are in abundance, and the perfume .....

Buttercups.

Cranesbill.

Daisies.

Poppy.

Dandelion clocks.

Clover.

Speedwell.

Stinging nettle!

Stitchwort.

Unknown.

As above.
I have been told this is called Yellow Bedstraw.

Not really a wild flower here, Californian poppy, but these have obviously self seeded in the wild.

2 comments:

  1. For some reason I always think that cowslip is such a lovely name for a flower.

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    1. I can only agree with you on that one :-) Have a good weekend Diane

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