You might see weeds, but I see wild flowers

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Down in the bog



Went down to the bog this morning, in one of the fields here in north Wales, to see what's about; accompanied by the dogs of course.




Whisky, Thistle and Ellie





Quite a few Harebell dotted around,







a few Meadow Browns and Ringlet butterflies,





and the thistles were attracting a lot of bees.



Bees with white bums







bees with orange bums










and bees with stripy bums.









But it was the plants in the bog I mainly wanted to look at, usually a good selection here. Some Cotton Grass growing in the middle, a couple of clumps of Ragged Robin and some Trefoil growing by the edge.


Masses of Marsh Bedstraw,








some Bog Asphodel









Cross-Leaved Heath











Marsh Willowherb










and a lot of Marsh Cinquefoil.








An enjoyable couple of hours, and the dogs enjoyed it too.

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