Today I went for a mooch around the surroundings of Byfield's village hall. (Regular readers will know that I mooch a lot. If mooching were an Olympic event...)
A grassy bank faces the hall entrance and on it is a swathe of Arabian Medick, Medicago arabica. From whence it came I know not but as far as I am concerned it is welcome, with its trifoliate leaves, each bearing a maroon blotch in the centre.
|Arabian Medick beside Byfield Village Hall. 24 May, 2017|
|The tiny flower of Arabian Medick. Byfield, Northants. 24 May, 2017|