Sunday, 17 April 2011
Whilst I'm not a great botanist it's wonderful to see all the spring flowers bursting forth. Surely April and May are the best months in Pembrokeshire when the hedgerows and cliff tops are so colourful, providing the perfect backdrop to the birdlife and the wonderful scenery. The Wild Garlic is now really starting to bloom and this Early Purple Orchid provided a dash of colour in the barren ground in the old cold war bombing target at St Govan's.
Posted by Richard Crossen at 22:15