Meadow flowers and insects

As usual at this time of year there is a wide variety of flowers at Wapley, particularly in the Lower Meadow. Make the most of them now, because the meadow will have to be cut in mid-July.

An insect lands on this ox-eye daisy

Selfheal (similar to bugle) appears throughout the meadow

Another insect comes in to land on this cornflower-like black knapweed – look carefully just to the right of the flower. You can only see its body – the wings are a blur.

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