Bogbean growing like a weed in a pond north of Felmingham, late April. I've never seen it growing like this before.
Abundant Water Avens extending into five hectares on an area of Marston Marshes grazed by cattle last year. These were interspersed with frequent Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) and Cuckooflower (Cardamine pratensis).
Whilst cycling, I noticed these straggly plants with green buds striped with white, hiding in the grass on a roadside verge in Eaton. I returned a week later in the middle of the day to examine the inflorescence of star-like white flowers in more detail.
Wood Sorrel is flowering early in its perch on a tree stump in the Templewood Estate, Northrepps.
One of many Borage plants spreading across a neglected car park in North Walsham, with another population about 25m away.