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.
We found these 1-pinnate shiny green leaves with 7 pairs of pinnae growing in a ditch running alongside a country house.
A few tufts of this distinctive fern, with its diamond or fan-shaped pinnules, were found growing out of crevices in the old wall surrounding Kettlestone Church.
Spurge-laurel is very frequent on the Norfolk-Suffolk claylands, where it is typically spotted lurking on the banks of hedged ditches. This one was in a woodland between Holt and Fakenham in west Norfolk, on chalky clays in a dampish woodland.
We found Annual Buttonweed in a roadside gutter in urban Rollesby. This was a rather unexpected find, as there have only been 78 previous records of this plant for the UK, and only 2 from Norfolk, for Kelling Heath Caravan Park and an urban location in North Walsham.
Green field-speedwell is being found increasing in urban situations or anywhere where sunny well-drained bare ground is maintained.
A small clump of Green-leaved Snowdrop (Galanthus woronowii) was seen in the churchyard of St Remigius, Hethersett.