You can tell we're approaching the summer solstice, which is rather a depressing thought.
This is Pignut. One of these days I'm going to eat the nut.
Meadow Vetchling, or Meadow Pea, is rather tricky to photograph without the yellow burning out.
Marsh Thistle tends to attract a lot of good insects, especially hoverflies and picture-wing flies. These will be my main observation targets until the Angelica comes out.
Marsh Cinquefoil always amazes me. It grows in a very tightly-confined area on the edge of one ditch. Spot the tiny petals...the big pink bits are bracts.
A bit of a surprise. I haven't found Cut-leaved Cranesbill on the patch before: I usually find it about 10 miles away.
This specimen was found on a dump site in a lay-by. Maybe it was brought in.