Lady's Smock

One of our common wild flowers is the Lady's Smock which starts to flower during April each year, it is a small delicate pink flower which can be found as single stems and in clumps of various sizes including some very big areas.  Is also called "Cuckoo Flower".

Many of our flowers are also food plants for many of our butterflies and moths, and this includes Lady's smock which is the food plant for Orange Tip Butterfly which is always one of the first butterflies to emerge each spring.