There were sixty-plus plants growing on dirt and moss; a somewhat precarious toe-hold on existence.
Today, we were pleased (although not too surprised bearing in mind the previous find) to notice another small population, growing a couple of hundred yards or so upstream (Grid Reference: TQ 50713 80136 or thereabouts) viz.
We reckon there were around a hundred Plants growing on dirt &c. (again, a somewhat precarious toe-hold on existence) on/beside a disused Jetty/Wharf (the Majority behind the Padlocked Gate) viz.
A Postscript … Elsewhere, we were pleased to see our first flowering Ribwort Plantain and Greater Celandine of 2016 viz.
The former beside the Public Footpath that runs up from Church Manorway to the Thames Path; the latter on Rough ground next to the Lorry Park in Church Manorway.
We were pleased to see that the Nipplewort growing beside the Public Footpath that runs up from Church Manorway to the Thames Path is flowering again viz.
Also; assumed Charlock viz.
and assumed Hedge Mustard viz.
And in the Grounds of the Church of St John the Baptist, we spotted a Hummingbird Fly (aka a Bee Fly) visiting Purple Archangel (aka Red Dead-Nettle) viz.