Variations of wall-life

Variations on a theme is this week’s Photo Challenge from the Daily Post.

As I walked a familiar route sunlight was picking out the huge variety of life on an old dry stone wall. There were ferns, mosses, lichens and plants, which are likely to flower later in the year. I didn’t take any photos of the hibernating snails, which have appeared on this blog previously.

Any accurate identification of these living organisms would be welcomed!

I first met mouse-ear hawkweed in our lawn. It propagates by runners, like strawberry plants, and was making a circular patch!

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  1. I love dry stone walls for their variety of plant life! But not the snails – we have those hibernating in cracks in the (old red brick) walls of our garden … a snail tower block!

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