A patch of yellow has caught my attention driving into and out of Kingsdown, by Ringwould village hall. I had to stop. It transpires that it is a cluster of reflexed stonecrop, presumably escaped from a garden and some how finding refuge by the roadside.
While there, I was able to take a look at the newly-dredged pond in the dip, which may one day have some wildlife benefit. It is in effect a roadside puddle.'Wot's that bloke doing on the road, then?'
On the chalky verge of the road to Walmer is a colony of toadflax, glowing nicely in the evening sun.Vervain
Gerard helpfully writes that 'many odde old wives fables are written of Vervaine tending to witchcraft and sorcery, which you may reade elsewhere, for I am not willing to trouble your eares with reporting such trifles, as honest eares abhorre to heare'.
A white harebell
and a lagomorph