My second target was handily on the was to my third , and being a rare member of the Orchid family , am always surprised to see it each time , alongside a layby on a busy road . But there it was ,
comeback after not appearing last year . These are the last of the flowers , the majority having
finished and now the fruits are maturing in their place . Further down the track , I found it's relative ,
Deadly Nightshade / Atropa bella-donna . And finally , looking like little jewels in the long grass , Grass Vetchling / Lathyrus nissolia , most definitely a species that wouldn't be noticed if it wasn't for
their flower . When I got back to the car , the thermometer was reading 32C , time to get in the shade .