After a morning painting for Mum and Dad I called in to Earlham Cemetry once again on the way home. It's becoming a bit of a habit! I had one particular target plant in mind and as I made my way to the correct section the noise of mowers and strimmers was sounding rather ominous. The area had been mowed but luckily Slender Speedwell is a small low-growing plant so the mowers had mainly gone over the top of them leaving them relatively unscathed. I spent a bit of time kneeling in the sodden grass getting some pictures before retreating to the dry. On the short walk back I noted several patches of Meadow Saxifrage.