By now you are probably getting the idea that I really don’t know much about wildflowers. Well… maybe. The truth is that I have pretty much specialised in woodland species and the meadows that I find myself in now are full of wonderful surprises.
It is great for me. When I go out I am especially looking for something that I don’t recognise. The more that I can find the happier I am.
I photograph new species and then I identify them and I learn about them. They become a part of my life and my eyes are opened wider than ever. It is what I like 🙂
That last ID came from Mike and he blogs here Mike585 about Wilden Marsh which is only an hour or so north of me. It is a very different habitat from my farmland and forest and I enjoy seeing how his season is developing.
So, you might as well do my work for me. This next flower is definitely not called a Sherbet Dip Flower (I have done a Google search to make sure) I found it in the same location as the last and as always, it wants to be my friend.
Do you know what it is?
If I haven’t got around to visiting your blog yet today then don’t worry I will. It is just proving to be a busy morning.
Thanks for looking 🙂