Rough Hawkbit - leaves. Note long, forked hairs on stem.
Common Glasswort - Duckpond.
I think this is Annual Sea-blite with Common Glasswort.
A migrant Diamond-back on Sea Beet.
Naturalised Sweet Alison is plentiful around the arcades and cricket pitch area. It pops up on local pavements too.
A whopping 340 spikes of Ivy Broomrape were counted along a short stretch of Madeira Walk. I just love this flower but can imagine it won't be everyone's cup of tea.
Past its best but nice to find Bladder Campion in Exmouth - along Madeira Walk.
I'm sure I'm missing something obvious but I can't put a name to this presumed member of the Dead-nettle family. A tall, rangy plant with purple flowers.
Goat's-beard (and below).
As if further evidence of wild flower seed mix being deliberately planted were needed, this Corncockle is one of several growing beside the boat repair yard.