Growing beside cycle-track next to new road.
Jo Parmenter 28.05.2019
Wild Pansy (Viola tricolor), which as the name suggests has flowers of purple, yellow and white, grew quite commonly across East Anglia as a plant of open short-sward grassland on light sandy soils.
Jo Parmenter 04.05.2019
Drooping Star-Of-Bethlehem (Ornithogalum nutans) naturalised along the river Wensum in Norwich.
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.
Our native daffodil is smaller and less showy than the garden varieties, but still very pretty.
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.