Sunday, May 12, 2019

Flowers on the farm

This spring feels as though it has been particularly abundant in wild flowers, and these are being wonderfully enhanced by our plantings of pollinator-friendly flowers and crop plants.
Beaked hawksbeard.

Broad bean flowers in the market garden.


Common vetch.

Dill in one of the polytunnels.

Germander speedwell.

Ground ivy.

Hawthorn ("May-tree").

Herb Robert.

Ivy-leaved toadflax.

Nasturtiums in one of the polytunnels.



Smooth sow-thistle.

Vetch and lesser trefoil, on top of a wall in Carn Meadow.

Wavy bittercress.

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