Turning left over the bridge the path follows the Wye into Monsal Dale.
The plant with the sagey type leaves is thought to be Wood Sage Teucrium scorodonia and the one at the bottom Wild Stawberry Fragaria vesca. They were growing on the stone walls just before the viaduct is reached along with forget-me-nots, St John's Worts, Wild Angelica and a host of others too early in growth for me to identify.
Monsal Dale is a good place to see Early Purple Orchids Orchis Mascula at this time of year flowering in the grass accompanied by Cowslips and Meadow Saxifrage, delightful!
Cowslips, Primula veris
You will also find in the same grass area:
Bugle Ajuga reptans
Germander Speedwell, Veronica chamaedrys
Cuckoo Flower (or Lady's Smock), Cardamine pratensis
In the more wooded parts of the dale the flora changes and groups of Wood Anemones display their dainty nodding flowers in white and pink:
Above: Wood Anemones, Anemone nemorosa with Lesser Celandine, Ficaria verna and Bluebells, Hyacinthoides non-scripta. Also...
Common Dog Violet, Viola riviniana
The nodding red and cream flowers of Water Avens Geum rivale rise above the leaves of
Dog's Mercury, Mercurialis perennis