The Wildflower Meadow
This morning, Martin and I spent a couple of hours in our local Wildlife Area strimming a couple of the overgrown grassy paths and preparing the pile of winter prunings we have accumulated, in readiness for a much- delayed bonfire, to be held tomorrow evening before our group holds its AGM. The wildflower meadow is looking lovely, as I hope you will agree from my blip. There are Ox Eye daisy flowers dominating, plus many Yellow Rattle flowers and interspersed with Tragopogon pratensis (Jack go to be at noon)flowers .I'm hoping a few orchids will appear shortly, too.
In another area we have Guelder Rose (Viburnum opulus) blooming,see extra.