|Some brown slime|
Ok... so it's just some brown slime BUT I ask you this... What is the brown slime? Where did the brown slime come from? Why was the brown slime in 5 distinct blobs on the mossy, grass, under a very old Birch coppice stool? Ahh.. see.. interested now are you?!
|Yes.. it's more brown slime|
Anyway... Please can someone let me know what this brown slime is? :)
|Red Pixie Cap, Campion & Ground Ivy|
|Campion, Nettle, Golden Saxifrage|
That's a salad right there! Just add some juicy Pennywort, wood & sheep sorrel! *droOol!*
|Moschatel - Town Hall Clock|
This is one of my favourite plants. It's called Town hall Clock because the flower head is like a cube with a flower head on each side. If you're lucky enough to come across a patch of this in flower, get your nose into it, it has the most subtle, beautiful scent of any wildflower, especially when it's mixed with the heady scent of the woodland floor...
mmMMMMmmmm... wild strawberry.... mind you, this could be one of the barren ones, that don't fruit. We do have them here. I call them grumpberries or irrationaldisappointmentberries.
|Male (catkin) & female Hazel flowers|
|Pennywort - all fat juicy & yummy!|
After 6 weeks sat in the yurt at the lap top and on the phone trying to run the Save Our Woods campaign, it was the best of celebrations to go and find Spring. Feels like the woods are celebrating too...