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Saturday, August 01, 2009
The profusion of plants in the meadow must rival any rainforest.
They are all tangled up.
Might have been mistaken earlier in saying that the purplish blooms hadn't yet appeared on the teasels. It seems the WH may have missed the moment, if there was one, as there is still no sign of purple and they are going to seed.
Chestnuts plumping in their naval mine-like shells above
London is blessed with abundant parkland and quite often you can have walks like this all to yourself.
We're not short of plums either.
The last two pictures above were about two weeks ago but there seem to be as many plums burgeoning at present, only a bit redder.