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Narrow-leaved Everlasting Pea - Bishopstone - 9.7.2014
The first of a small group of wild flower photos, taken alongside the Buckle By-pass in a cutting between Seaford & Bishopstone. I had spotted what I thought were Pyramidal Orchids, as I passed by on a bus. So I went back to discover a wide range of wild flowers on the side of the cutting that the road passes through. The south-facing side of the road has no foot path, but has a wide grass verge before the bank climbs steeply 30ft +. As well as the flowers uploaded there were swathes of Valerian, mainly red and pink, but including some white, clumps of Wild Marjoram, Vetches, Clover, Thistles and Apple trees. All-in-all a lovely discovery, to which I must return.