For florists or nature lovers
If you are not interested in flowers or natural beauty this post is not for you. Beside the sea and the coast the most amazing things we’ve seen have been the fields and hillsides bursting with green, violet, yellow, magenta and orange. I’ve been curious whether any of these wildflowers were originally seeded by some hand or just the winds. Looking up what I recognised as Crocosmia I discovered that the common variety, which is called Montbretia, is actually not native to Britain and is considered invasive. Contractors who excavate on sites that have Montbretia, must follow strict rules to avoid spreading their corms to other locations.
Another non-native that seems to be having a wild life is fuchsia. You will notice that just like in a supermarket bouquet, ferns are always present.
And finally some random pictures of the cliff top heathers and other wild flowers.