Small-flowered Catchfly now flowering profusely on the hot sandy cutting on the Weaver's Way near Felmingham. There look to be thousands of flowering spikes at the moment - a lovely and unusual sight.
One of a group of at least twenty well established clumps along an old bank on damp stream valley-side, south side of Bryant's Heath, Felmingham.
This is the first time I have seen Water Violet flowering in this ditch which was dug out about five years ago, although it is known to flower intermittently in ditches throughout Marston marsh.
A notably beautiful Tulip growing on the cliffs at Mundesley; identified by Mike Crewe. How does this Mediterranean refugee stand such an exposed, sunless north-eastern aspect?
Bogbean growing like a weed in a pond north of Felmingham, late April. I've never seen it growing like this before.
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.
Small-flowered Catchfly was found on the sandy railway cutting, Weaver's Way, Felmingham
Bog Pimpernell was found growing with Round-leaved Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia) on Holt Lowes.
Fresh young plant flowering on a dry, sunny bank at the Templewood Estate, Northrepps.