We were exploring Hevingham Park and noticed about 20 large fern plants in an open area of the woodland . Last year's fronds were dying off and from the center of the crown, the new fronds were unfurling.
On Saturday, I was shown a colony of around 150 plants of Early sand-grass growing in lawns, gutters and pavement cracks on light sandy soils.
This is the first time I have noticed this Star-of-Bethlehem on the A149 verge south of Cromer.
Red-maids Calandrinia ciliata, Montiaceae) on the North Walsham and Dilham Canal.
Identified by Mike Crewe, new to me. A rare, possible seed mix alien from western North America.
One of many garden plants that appear unexpectedly along the North Walsham and Dilham Canal, and make recording there a constant treasure hunt.
A small colony of this hybrid Horsetail was found near a ditch in Carlton St Peter. The hollow stem and pattern of side branches alerted me to the possibility that this may be a hybrid.
Small-flowered Catchfly now flowering profusely on the hot sandy cutting on the Weaver's Way near Felmingham. There look to be thousands of flowering spikes at the moment - a lovely and unusual sight.
One of a group of at least twenty well established clumps along an old bank on damp stream valley-side, south side of Bryant's Heath, Felmingham.
This very attractive white-flowered form of Hedgerow Crane's-bill made a lovely display, extending over 10 meters at the base of a hedge bordering an agricultural field, climbing through Barren Brome (Anisantha sterilis).
This is the first time I have seen Water Violet flowering in this ditch which was dug out about five years ago, although it is known to flower intermittently in ditches throughout Marston marsh.