First we eat it, now we enjoy the colour …

of the wild mustard. We were harvesting the young tips in March and  April (they make lovely greens, if a tad bitter for some tastes). But those that managed to escape our attentions have now flowered and a magnificent display it makes too.

And to add some variety, I show the resident geese in the wetlands to the east of the railway viaduct (which we have adopted as being part of Perivale Park). Oh, and some water mint along the banks of the little stream that feeds the ponds.

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