With the exceptionally warm, dry weather of April and May spring flowers come early, and are soon over. Dark blue milkwort, Polygara vulgaris, grew beside Mountain everlasting, Antennaria dioica. Mountain everlasting is a plant of dry mountain grassland and calcareous soils.
It's good to check with Chris of Butterfly Conservation. He is expert and always adds interesting information, what to look out for-
Yes it's a DS......they are having a good season. Also look out for Small Heath [just out] and Smal Pear-bordered Fritillary will also be coming out soon.
Some dogs are already carrying out informal experiments on Scout Scar.