A couple of weeks ago I seemed to be surrounded by yellow on my walks; now the pink wildflowers have taken over. For the most part, they’re softer on the eye, more delicate in shape, and range from the merest pink blush of the Common bistort to the almost purple of the Foxglove, the aptly named Digitalis purpurea. Some that I’ve noticed are Common bistort, Dog-rose, Foxglove, Grass vetchling, Herb Robert, Hedge woundwort, Ragged robin, Red campion, Red valerian, Red clover, the many and varied Geraniums, and, in my photos, a couple yet to be identified.