Monday, 20 April 2009

Seeing the Changes 189






The Woodruff (Gallium odoratum) was in flower in Clyne. Escaped Garden strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) and Field mouse-ear (Cerastium arvense) were seen in Gowerton. Ground nesting bees (Dasypoda altercator) were busy making their little 'volcanos' in my garden in Loughor. In Berwick, a yellow crucifer was in flower, probably Warty cabbage (Bunias orientalis) along with a short flowering grass.

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