Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Some sun again

Opposite-leaved Golden Saxifrage has turned the back walls of ditches yellow. The actual flowers are tiny.

Right next to the Saxifrage, we find Primroses:

Coltsfoot is also fairly obvious in drier places:

Wood Sorrel is just about on schedule:

But this Cow Parsley is ridiculously early:

1 comment:

Gill said...

That's a fabulous shot of the coltsfoot (mine are also in full flower now on the verges). Haven't seen any wood sorrel yet (nor anemones) but a few primroses are indeed out in sheltered places.

It's amazing what a few days' warm sun can do. (Mind yu, it's cold and foggy this morning here in NE Yorks).