They were looking perfect last Tuesday as I did my stint recording this verge for the RVNR scheme. The ground was superficially quite parched but I imagine there must be ground water available in the bank for them to cope with this situation so well:
Epipactis palustris, Marsh Helleborine by the A438
There is true Wild Parsnip on the opposite verge also:
Pastinaca sativa, Wild Parsnip - also on the A438
Then on Wednesday I revisited the area of one of my first blog posts this year when Paul Green helped me find (well found) the only known population of Cornish Moneywort in Brecknockshire:
A tiny flower but worth seeing. Sibthorpia europaea, Cornish Moneywort.
The area was quite interesting for other species also - with the tiniest examples of Lesser Skullcap I have ever seen:
Scutellaria minor, Lesser Skullcap
Bog Asphodel nearby
And Sundew in flower.