Lords, Ladies and Leeks


 Few flowered Leek 
Few Flowered Leek
Despite looking like the picture of innocence this member of the onion family is the latest invasive species to arrive within the Stenner Wood site of biological interest. Further north its proved capable of spreading extremely quickly and outcompeting our native flora. Unfortunately it appears to like the wet woodland however I suspect its met its match with Himalayan Balsam and Japanese Knotweed.
Apple Blossom
It’s apple blossom – it’s Spring Smile
Taken within the local community orchard in Kenworthy Wood before the well meaning Abundance group kill them off. If anybody from Abundance notices this post please read this.
Lords & Ladies
Lords & Ladies also known as Cuckoo Pint
Green Alkanet
Green Alkanet on Stenner Lane, Didsbury
Dryad's Saddle
Dryad’s Saddle at Kenworthy Wood
One of the more common saddle brackets seen in spring and autumn. Far more common than Wood Nymphs  Surprised smile

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