I like the lichen in a perfect circle in this one
The following two images are of bugloss I think
No idea what this frothy yellow flower is
I know this is the seed pod for the rock-rose which is all over parts of Berry Head, It's almost gone over now but I managed to find a few flowers still about and I think it's beautiful.
I love that there is still some dew on the petals
A lovely orchid still in flower, again there are a lot of these about early in the year, but I only found a couple on Friday
This I'm sure is kidney vetch. I love it.
Meadowsweet is beautiful and I'd really like to get some growing in the garden.
A very tiny and pretty little plant, but I have no idea what it is
And another, this is even smaller that the above plant, but it's tucked into all sorts of spaces
I love the way plants grow on and around the rocks. I've never sat down before to take a good look. I'd love a macro lens to get better images.
More lichen, just beautiful colours and textures
There are a few plants in here but one looks like some sort of sedum
Not sure what this one is
Bladder campion. This grows along the coastal path and in my garden too, it looks so delicate
Not a great picture but just to give you an idea of how crammed full of plants the rocky edges are
Valerian is all over Berry Head, the coastal path and in my garden. I love it when the colours are mixed together-sadly these mixes happen right at the end of the cliffs so I decided not to try whilst holding onto the dog and the camera.
We have lots more flowers and plants, some of which I identified. Spurge, wild carrot, scabious is everywhere, mayweed, and the lovely bee friendly knapweed.
I'm sure as the seasons change different plants will appear and disappear so I've decided to try and capture this each month for the next 12 months and see what we get!