Identified flowers.

Alliaria petiolata.

New to me this one. Alliaria petiolata, Garlic Mustard of the family Brassicaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:43 PM.

Prunus spinosa.

Thorny! Prunus spinosa, Blackthorn of the family Rosaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:04 PM.

Lunaria annua.

Simply beautiful! Lunaria annua, Annual Honesty of the family Brassicaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 13:47 PM.

Brassica oleracea.

I had no idea cabbage was so stunning! Brassica oleracea, Wild Cabbage of the family Brassicaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 13:54 PM.

Lamium purpureum.

Love this one! Looks alien! Lamium purpureum, Red Dead Nettle of the family Lamiaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:02 PM.

Capsella bursa pastoris.

Nice find! Capsella bursa pastoris, Sheperds Purse. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:06 PM.

Brassica napus.

Beautiful fields of Brassica napus Oilseed rape of the family Brassicaceae. Location in between Easington Village and Hawthorn, Eastern County Durham, England. 27 April 2019, 14:03 PM.