These pretty sprays of frothy flowers from the Common Elder -Sambucus nigra – are everywhere at the moment, brightening up gardens, paths and hedgerows. It is yet another plant I used to walk or drive past on my way to somewhere. Now, I stop and admire (and photograph) the flowers whenever I see them. This spray comes from one of the local hedgerows.
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