We found this pretty pink clover in a recently constructed balancing pond at Little Snoring, in North Norfolk. The site has likely been sown with a ‘wildflower seed mix’ as other species present included cornfield annuals such as corncockle, the non-native Aus
Another 1st for Norfolk found in Swaffham yesterday: Erodium manescavii, on a mown grass verge. It can be separated from E. moschatum by the lack of nectar pits and the larger flowers, but there was lots of flowering and non-flowering E.
While cycling to Whitlingham to see the recently discovered Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia), Louis Parkerson spotted a clump of plants with yellow flowers beside the A47, and stopped to take some photos as they looked very similar to a patch of plants that he sa
Shrubby Hare's-ear Bupleurum fruticosum found naturalised on the North Denes in Gt Yarmouth by Tim Hodge. This is the first record for VC27 and the first for Norfolk.
Rustyback Ceterach officinarum seems to be having a good year along the sea front in Gt Yarmouth, with more than 50 plants found on the sea wall.
The batologists found a mass of twinning red stems climbing over the mature Gorse Ulex europaea, belonging to the parasitic plant Dodder Cuscuta epithymum.
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.
Mediterranean nettle growing at the base of a north-facing wall in Caister-on-Sea. A first for the county!
It was lovely to see Drooping Star-of-Bethlehem alongside the path to St Andrew's Church in Eaton, especially as last Spring it was disturbed by the cutting back of the Lime trees.