Added on 21st April 2017 by Martin
Woodland: Saltburn Gill
Spring woodland wildflowers.
An unusual double-spathed Lords-and-Ladies…not quite sure why that’s happened but it was interesting to see.
A flower spike of Wood-sedge (Carex sylvatica). It’s small and you are not likely to notice it unless you know what to look for.
Early-purple Orchid (Orchis mascula) can’t be seen from the path in Saltburn Gill, but we got permission to and check it was still there and it was, tucked amongst the Dog’s-mercury and the odd Bluebell.