Despite it being February it is still a lovely winters day. Just lovely for a wander through the woodland with my camera. We often think of the winter as being a “dead” season where not much happens. That made me wonder is that the case? or are we just not looking for activity?
I thought it might be helpful to include a map with all the locations of the images. You can scroll into the map but please remember the locations may not be exact due to satellite positioning etc.
For each pin I have attached the photo of the plant, but you’ll see more detail on each of the photos below. If you click on each photo you will be taken to the specific page on my online shop.
I have used the following reference books and websites extensively. Without them you would have had a page of photos with very little else.
Plant Atlas – https://plantatlas2020.org/atlas/2cd4p9h.ff9
Scott, M (1995), “Scottish wild flowers”, Collins Guide
Rose, F (1981), reissued 1991, “The wild flower key – British Isles – NW Europe”, London: Penguin Books Ltd
Fitter, R, Fitter, A and Blamey M (1978), 2nd Edition, “The wild flowers of Britain and Northern Europe”, Glasgow: William Collins Sons and Co Ltd
This blog was originally published on: 4 April 2023