Night-flowering Catchfly as the name suggests usually only flowers at nighttime but the weather had been so wet and dreary this particular morning that some of the flowers hadn't had chance to furl up yet and still looked at their best.
This one is more typical of the flower in daylight.
Night-flowering Catchfly - Silene noctiflora
We were way too late for the Small-flowered Catchfly and although there was a profusion of plants they were all in seed there was just one solitary flower left.
Small-flowered Catchfly - Silene gallica
Weasel's Snout - Misopates orontium
Western Ramping-fumitory - Fumaria occidentalis
These arable fields near Land's End were full of Corn Marigold and the rare Purple Viper's Bugloss.
The colours really looked stunning together.
Purple Viper's Bugloss - Echium plantagineum
and Corn Marigold - Glebionis segetum
The rest of the flowers here were seen at The Lizard and Kynance Cove.
Fringed Rupturewort - Herniaria ciliolata
Brookweed - Samolus valerandi
Cornish Heath - Erica vagans
Prostrate Broom - Cytisus scoparius ssp maritimus
Spring Sandwort - Minuartia verna
Autumn Squill - Scilla autumnalis
Red-banded Sand Wasp - Ammophila sabulosa