Thrilled to find Amaranthus blitum, a first for Norfolk, on a private landholding near Roudham, West Norfolk.
We were thrilled to find an arable field full of Loose Silky-bent Apera spica-venti when we visited Chris Knight’s farm at Gooderstone and Oxborough.
Yesterday I was botanising in Ditchingham along the edge of field of barley stubble and found my first bristle-grass of the season.
It seems to be a good autumn for rose hips and now is the easiest time of year to spot the more unusual species.
On a raised track on NWT Hickling marsh, we found a few plants of Trailing Tormentil creeping along the ground. The solitary yellow flowers in the leaf axils had mostly four petals but there were also some flowers with five petals.
Wild Flowers Revealed is a joint meeting between the Norfolk Flora Group and the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists’ Society. This year the meeting was held at RSPB Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve, and as always, it was a popular and informative meeting.