Wood Cranesbill (Geranium sylvaticum)
Common Cow-wheat (Melampyrum pratense)
Lycogala terrestre a Slime mould on Birch
Another walk through Chapel woods to the East of Morpeth along the Wansbeck. Lots of woodland flowers around, the best of them being Wood Cranesbill, a Northern speciality and Common cow-wheat a plant normally found in upland Northumberland but over a hundred were growing among the Bilberry along the riverside footpath near the ruins of Our Lady's chapel. I saw my second Tree bee beside the Wansbeck dog grooming parlour at East mill.