It was blisteringly hot but the four of us managed to get some useful work done, shifting weeds and cutting back encroaching shrubs. One of the shrubs present was probably Tutsan, Hypericum androsaemum. It is rather like a small flowered H. 'Hidcote' but that popular garden cultivar is sterile, and this plant had clearly grown from seed. I must take a closer look at it shortly.
This plant, apparently of Tutsan, had clearly grown from seed. Byfield
Pocket Park. 20 July, 2018