Wildflowers in unusual settings
Today we begin WildflowerWeek21_13 and I thought this time it might be fun to add an extra wrinkle: wildflowers in unusual settings. I hasten to add, though, this is not a challenge - hearts will be given as always on how interesting I find the shots.
So let's start looking - at pavement edges, parks, odd corners, in walls, carparks and scrub, or, in this case, in a jar on a cafe table. And if you just want to visit your favourite beauty spot and blip orchids, that's fine too.
This afternoon I went for a coffee with a friend. We sat outside at a table in the middle of the road (a tiny road leading up to a traffic dead end, but an odd experience all the same). On the table they had jars of these:
French Cranesbill: geranium endresii
Lady's Mantle: alchemilla vulgaris
Meadow Buttercup: Ranunculus bulbosus
Have a good evening and I hope the start of your week goes well xx
Hearts and Hon Mentions for WildflowerWeek21_12 will be on my journal on Tuesday evening.