A small clump of Green-leaved Snowdrop (Galanthus woronowii) was seen in the churchyard of St Remigius, Hethersett.
Alex Prendergast found this distinctive dandelion on Wretham Heath during the BSBI Taraxacum workshop lead by John Richards and Tim Rich.
I noticed this dandelion with irregularly shaped black spots on the upper surface of the leaves, growing alongside the path on Thompson Common.
We were walking along a footpath through arable fields south of Fakenham when we spotted patches of frequent Woodruff (Galium odoratum).
It seems to be a good autumn for rose hips and now is the easiest time of year to spot the more unusual species.
We found this Tree Cotoneaster in Fincham churchyard, in west Norfolk; there were a number of plants present, it would appear that the local birds have taken a liking to the berries and have deposited them in various locations around the village.
We were fortunate to come across this small patch of Grass-of-Parnassus growing on this species rich fen. There were around 25 plants in flower growing within one 10 meter square.
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.
This appears to be a good year for Hoary Mullein. It was scattered throughout the UEA and surrounding areas with an abundant patch in a field opposite the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.