Summer flowerings

Mid June now and the spring bluebells, orchids and ransoms are all dying down.  With the tree canopy flourishing, the flowers are now mainly around the wood margins.    We are pleased that two purple spotted orchids have emerged, although one other plant seems to have been eaten.  The meadow is looking good with oxe-eye daisies, meadow buttercup, red campion  and purple vetch in abundance.  The dog roses are flowering with many buds in waiting.  Just in the wood the spires of foxgloves have just come out.


Common spotted orchid


Our lovely meadow

dog rose

Dog rose


Posted on June 16, 2013, in flora. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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