Last year in springtime the weather was dreadful and I didn’t many chances to take photographs for weeks. So I trawled back through my archive and found these old pictures of wild flowers which I thought I would post to brighten things up a tad. But by the time I got round to posting it was too late in the year so the post got parked until this year.
And the flowers are now blooming again, so two years after I took the pictures now seems like a good time to share them! I won’t bore you botanical minutiae this time, but I hope you enjoy the pictures!
Jack By The Hedge
Posted in Buxhall Farm Histon, Countryside walks, Flora and fungi, Histon, Wild flowers
Tagged Alliara petiolata, British wild flowers, Buxhall Farm, Chelidonium majus, common vetch, Geum urbanum, Greater celandine, greater periwinkle, herb bennet, histon, jack by the hedge, Silene alba, Springtime, Vicia sativa, Vinca major, white campion