Wednesday, 1 June 2016

McCutcheon's Revisited

We were back at McCutcheon's Field today.

This is a nine-acre property belonging to the National Trust, which is close to Groomsport, County Down.

There were thirteen of us today and we got the gorse cuttings burned in no time.

Everything was bone dry and there was a breeze: great conditions for a bonfire.

The yellow isises are abundant in this field.

Do any readers recognize the other plant?

We lunched at the seaside and I had my banana sandwiches.


on Stedman said...

Cuckoo Flower or Ladies Smock [Cardamine pratensis],a member of Brassiceae / Cruciferae.


Timothy Belmont said...

Thanks Ron!