Alternate-leaved Golden-saxifrage Chrysosplenium alternifolium in a damp woodland on a private site in West Norfolk.
Young leaves of Horseradish Armoracia rusticana, which are beginning to appear now, seem to appear as two types, the typical narrow unlobed, crenate leaves mixed in with less common lobed forms.
Drooping Star-Of-Bethlehem Ornithogalum nutans naturalised along the river Wensum in Norwich.
In the past few days, Jo has found two separate populations of this highly invasive alien plant close to the Wensum in Norwich. This is only the second record for VC 27 East Norfolk but seems to be spreading rapidly.
Wild garlic in flower - the largest spread I've ever seen, near Crostwight Heath.
False Oxlip Primula x polyantha in the lawn at the Templewood Estate, Northrepps.
On a lovely Easter Sunday, canoeing down the River Waveney through beds of Common Club-rush (Schoenoplectus lacustris), we spotted this bright green Celery-leaved buttercup hiding on a steep muddy bank.
Opposite-leaved golden-saxifrage Chrysosplenium oppositifolium in what would usually be a damp track in woodland.
A good number of Spring sightings at Matlaske, including these Wood Anemones Anemone nemorosa.
Though more often found in churchyards, there was lots of this flowering in the sun on open roadside banks at Matlaske.