Another day of flower sketching a chance to capture the Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) before Summer kicks in.
Oxeye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) often found on disturbed ground, scrub and grass meadows. So no surprise to find them growing well on the rough ground that makes up Kessingland beach cliffs. Easily identifiable by the large white flowers with yellow centers that stand tall on a single stem.
From my friend Dot’s garden this Quaking Grass (Briza media).
A stroll along Kessingland beach on a beautiful sunny day and over the weekend the Yellow Horned Poppies have started to flower. I have been awaiting for this to happen a sketch which has been in the planning for a while now. Yellow Horned Poppy (Glaucium flavum) with it’s yellow flowers a common summer flower […]
It may be considered a weed but in its own way it is quite beautiful. It is an interesting plant with the spear like leaves being all basal. A great plant for butterflies and also a favorite in winter with its seed heads for birds.