It's always a good time of year when the orchids return. The first on my patch is usually the Northern Marsh Orchid - Dactylorhiza purpurea:
I did find a couple of Spotted Orchids in bud, but nothing worth showing yet.
Butterwort is also out. The pale yellow-green leaf rosettes always remind me of a sickly starfish.
Fungi aren't usually associated with summer, but I often find new growth of Dryads Saddle - Polyporus squammosus - at this time of year.
This batch was about 60 cm tall.
You can just make out the black 'bootlace' on the upper right of the image. This is caused by an infestation of Honey fungus, which probably killed the tree in the first place.