Our native daffodil is smaller and less showy than the garden varieties, but still very pretty.
An abundance of Sweet Violets (Viola odorata) adorned the roadsides throughout a couple of tetrads to the east of Watton.
Whilst tramping through the reed on Guist Common, we came across a couple of willow shrubs. The subopposite smallish (9-12mm), slightly curved, male flower buds with a slight reddish tinge suggested Purple Willow.
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.