The Welsh AGM started with a walk at Lower Wyndcliff a few miles south of Tintern. The above photo is of the group looking at Carex digitata (Fingered Sedge) in what was a small quarry. It was a lovely sunny hot day. The shade from the trees was very welcome and under the beech we saw a number of Bird's-nest Orchids, mostly finished flowering, the picture below is the best we saw in flower.
We couldn't finish the day without seeing Tintern Spurge. Many photos were taken of the spurge by the group. Below is the Tintern Spurge, a yellow-green looking plant with red stems.