Articles about local plant life, particularly the flora found on the now relatively rare unimproved limestone grassland of the Common.
|These now appear to be as abundant as they get on the Common with flowers fully developed. Although we have not done a systematic count (just counting the easily spotted specimens as we walk through the usual patches) they look about the same as last year. This week we also spotted a patch previously unknown to us near the Fort on Rodborough, again on an unsystematic count-as-we-walk it has about 20 easily spotted examples.|
- Written by Michael McEllin
- Category: Flora
Showing the distribution of a type of flora.
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