Opposite-leaved golden-saxifrage (Chrysosplenium oppositifolium) in what would usually be a damp track in woodland.
Spurge-laurel is very frequent on the Norfolk-Suffolk claylands, where it is typically spotted lurking on the banks of hedged ditches. This one was in a woodland between Holt and Fakenham in west Norfolk, on chalky clays in a dampish woodland.
Felbrigg Hall Park, with its extensive woodland, proved to be an ideal place for this year’s bramble workshop.
Bob and I had ventured out to Blakeney village on an uncharacteristically cold and wet Easter Sunday, to find some species which have not been recorded since the Norfolk Flora was published in 1999.