Phil Sutters

Phil Sutters

Posted on 07/09/2014


Photo taken on July  9, 2014


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Narrow-leaved Everlasting Pea - Bishopstone - 9.7.2014

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.

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Kate
Kate
This is to acknowledge your participation in our group and it's very much appreciated. Thank you for posting this beautiful floral image here! Lovely lighting and colours too!

Regards, Kate

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Phil Sutters has replied to Kate
Thanks, Kate. I hadn't realised that the pink ones were a separate variety of Everlasting-pea, but these were so distinctly cream and pink that I had to check it out.
3 years ago.