The wet cold winter and late warm dry spring seem to have given us the best display of wildflowers that I can remember.
The woods were alive with that special combination of bluebells, red campion and wild garlic.
The cliffs covered in thrift, kidney vetch and oxe-eye daisy.
The verges in full flower with cow parsley and red campion and now in the damper places, hemlock water-dropwort and yellow flag iris.
Look beyond these obvious flowers and there is so much more … let me show you!