Dave Cheetham (May)
I took a photo of this meadow saxifrage whilst out mountain biking in Newborough, Anglesey.
Its scientific name, saxifraga, means stone-breaking. This name probably derived from the fact that it was used in herbal medicine for the breaking up of gallstones. In medieval times the small brown 'bulbs', which develop at the base of the leaves, were collected and sold as a cure for that particular ailment.