This delicate little flower was hiding in the shadows below a hedge near Mannington Hall. This seems to be a good time of year to look out for Ivy-leaved Speedwell Veronica hederifolia.
Quite a few plants of Spring Snowflake were seen near Dereham beside a track. Some were between the track edge and a garden fence and some were at the edge of woodland on the opposite side of the track.
It's mid September and Green Nightshade, Solanum physalifolium, seems to be turning up a little more than usual this year but it may just be down to my rather random wanderings. These plants were in a sugar beet field in Felthorpe.
On a long, lonely footpath between Foulsham and Foxley beside an abandoned field of barley, I came across a single plant of Scarlet Pimpernel with pale pink flowers.
Yesterday I was botanising in Ditchingham along the edge of field of barley stubble and found my first bristle-grass of the season.
In late June this stunning display could be seen in a hedgerow near Saxthorpe.
On a sunny day in mid-June I was delighted to come across a small patch of Dyer's Greenweed Genista tinctoria, on the top of a ditchbank beside a quiet track near Wacton in South Norfolk.
On a blustery June day near Redenhall, no more than four hundred metres from the Suffolk border the oilseed rape was overtopped by a mass of Black Mustard, Brassica nigra, which stretched along the edge of the crop for a good 50 metres.
Hemispheric liverwort Reboulia hemisphaerica is quite frequent on steep roadside banks in this area.
We spotted a lonely plant on a roadside verge on Stump Cross Lane in Southrepps parish at least 100m from habitation.