Thursday, 26 May 2016

New Emergences

We are into a new phase of the seasons now. The bluebells are dying - although there are a few of the native ones still just about going - and to me this signifies the death of spring. But new emergences mark the beginning of the new season.

Running along the cycle path and through the nature reserve reveals ox-eye daisies, ragged robin, red clover, yellow flag and various other new species coming into bloom. No poppies this year alas, but we are still doing well for flowers, buttercups are fantastic this year!

I attach a few pictures...the white ones at the end look like stitchwort with 5 double lobed petals, not sure it is though. Perhaps it's a domesticated variety.


All text and images copyright CreamCrackeredNature 26.05.16


  1. Such beautiful flowers! Yellow is not really my favourite colour, but in these photos it looks wonderful. The photo no. 5 is my favourite; it's something special.

  2. Thank you Sara, I just love all colour outside!