As I walked round I also recorded the wider flora. It's an excellent time for recording sedges. most of which are flowering now. The marsh had lots of Carex disticha, as well as C. panicea and C. distans. All of these are very local, being largely confined to unimproved grassland. Around Peterborough C. disticha also occurs in alluvial meadows, but the latter two species are largely confined to damp calcareous grassland, often with springs or seepages.
|Unsure about this one!|
|Possible Dactylorhiza x kerneriorum|