The fruit of the rose is a berry-like structure called a rose hip. Dialect names for wild rose hips are more extravagant and include "hedge-pedgies", "nippernails", "pixie pears" and "pig's noses".
This grave looks particularly pretty at this time of year with its low to the ground, yellow Evening Primrose flowers. This photograph was taken as the sun was setting.
We held a Butterfly Walk in the Cemetery on 1 July, and Richard Smout took a small group for a walk lasting just over an hour and a half. Several species of butterflies were spotted, as well as some other insects of interest.