Saturday, 14 May 2016

Seeing the Changes 1055

Things appeared to be a bit more advanced in Rotterdam (it was 26 degrees Celsius!). Amongst the bloomers were Field woundwort (Stachys arvenis); Wood sage (Teucrium scorodonia); Greater celendine (Chelidonium majus); White dead nettle (Lamium album), Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and Field pennycress (Thalpsi arvense). A Violet ground beetle (Carabus violaceus) scuttled along the pavement.

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