Thursday, 29 March 2012

Seeing the Changes 460

In Bynea, the sun had brought out the Cuckoo flower (Cardamine pratensis), the Spanish bluebell (Endymion hispanicus) and the Perennial centaury (Centaurum scilloides). Field horsetail (Equisetum arvense) shoots were poking through. In Loughor, Alexanders (Smyrnium olustrum) and Lords and ladies (Arum maculatum) were coming into bloom. A Common blue butterfly (Polyommatus icarus) was in flight.

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Seeing the Changes 1247

Continuing the tale of early bloomers. Hazel ( Corylus avellana ) displayed both male (yellow catkins) and female (red) flowers at Pencl...