Plant of the year (at least in south of UK) Geranium pratense Meadow Crane's-Bill

Geranium pratense Meadow Crane’s-Bill (Geranium pratense Meadow Crane's-Bill | Observation | UK and Ireland | iSpot Nature) is all over the place this year, much more widely flowering than normal. Wondering why this is, perhaps a combination of the cold April stopping the early growing species developing then wet and finally road verges have not been cut allowing late flowering things to show up more.
Besides flowering on roadsides it is also a bit more abundant in some meadows that we have looked at in several years.

The plant that has struck me this year is Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea). It flowered quite early (when everything else was having a lie-in) in the second week of March around here, and is still in flower in several locations.