Opposite-leaved golden-saxifrage (Chrysosplenium oppositifolium) in what would usually be a damp track in woodland.
A good number of Spring sightings at Matlaske, including these Wood Anemones (Anemone nemorosa)
Hatty Aldridge 18.04.2019
Though more often found in churchyards, there was lots of this flowering in the sun on open roadside banks at Matlaske.
Chris Roberts 18.04.2019
A long established patch of Snake's-head Fritillary growing alongside Goldilocks Buttercup in a private meadow in West Norfolk.
I went to a bit of fen that was cleared of scrub last year, and the extra light along the ditch edge has resulted in Tufted Sedges flourishing.
Young leaves of Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana), which are beginning to appear now,
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.
This delicate little flower was hiding in the shadows below a hedge near Mannington Hall. This seems to be a good time of year to look out for Ivy-leaved Speedwell (Veronica hederifolia).