Saturday, 2 June 2007

Seeing the Changes 25









Yellow oxalis (Oxalis corniculata) and its garden escape relative, Pink oxalis (Oxalis articulata) are both in bloom in Loughor. The green berries of the Holly tree (Ilex aquifolium) are also evident. Two spot ladybirds (Adalia bipunctata) are active in search of greenfly. In Bynea, the Great bindweed (Calystegia sylvatica) has joined its smaller cousins . There are also Yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus) and Dog rose (Rosa canina) out. The Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) catkins are also appearing.

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