Drumboe is always very productive. I got too many shots today, so the question is: plants or insects first? Flowers it is.
Wood Speedwell is always tricky to photograph. It usually likes shade, but a few specimens were in a clearing where an ancient Beech was removed last year:
Bugle seems a little early this year, but I suppose it's almost May.
I really like the pale green leaves of Beech when they're brand new:
Two clumps of Marsh Marigolds were well advanced in the drainage channel that flows into the Finn:
Yellow Pimpernel certainly likes shade: