One of the 'low-to-the-ground' small willow species - Woodbury Common.
Lots of Southern Marsh Orchids out on Colaton Raleigh Common. I gently squeezed the stems of several, in the vain hope they'd be hollow, but none were so not Early Marsh Orchid - hope I'm right in thinking that...
Think this is Fern Grass.
Bastard Balm - Chudleigh. I've got Dave Smallshire to thank for this. What a flower!
As we were driving past Trago, we popped in to look at the impressive display of hundreds of Bee Orchid - a remarkable sight.
Monk's-hood - also known as Wolf's -bane. This is apparently a highly poisonous plant, containing aconitine - a lethal neurotoxin and cardiotoxin. I was careful not to touch it, although I believe the toxins are mainly concentrated in the root system. Kev put me on to this - growing alongside a stream on the outskirts of Staverton - an area where I believe it's more likely to be 'wild' rather than a garden escape. Cheers Kev!
Lesser Periwinkle - growing in huge swathes along the lane.