Near a heap in the woods where locals have dumped gardening waste, so probably a garden escape.
Seen in bloom, this small plant was only about sixteen cm high.
Growing on an old roof. Together with Parietaria judaica and an Umbilicus sp, probably U. rupestris. You can also see part of a Phagnalon saxatile specimen on the right.
Short little plants growing in the shellbank.
locally common, in late but and not yet in flower
Sedum album or white stonecrop, is a flowering plant of the genus Sedum in the family Crassulaceae. It is found in the northern temperate regions of the world, often growing in crevices or free-draining rocky soil. As a long-day plant it grows vegetatively for most of the year and flowers in June and July....