the end of May

It’s all change as spring gives way to summer, the bluebells give a final flourish and the bracken unfurls. Campions, buttercups and cow parsley are at their best and pink purslane is still going strong.

flower mix


Look out for garlands of tiny black bryony flowers


 

You can pick the top few leaves of young stinging nettles to make this lovely nettle and lemon cake from Veggie Desserts


Along Bittaford Road on the way from Moorhaven to the station, there is a lovely display of cranesbills including this tiny one which I think is dovesfoot cranesbill but might be
small-flowered cranesbill.dovesfoot cranesbill


bracket fungus

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