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Woodland Walk – the warm, sunny season

August 31, 2017

The ancient woodland lying in a long narrow strip against the lakeshore is flood-prone (or you could just say it gets drowned every year) and thick with Ash, Alder and Birch; hardy regenerating types. Maybe the annual soaking helps distribution and fertility – the shrub layer is chock full of hawthorn, willow, hazel, spindle, holly, […]

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Green Summer

August 23, 2016

Lots of warm rain fattening up lots of green lush..peaking mid August, green summer through the trail, just days before the yellow turn The winter larder is greening up too, just starting hints of colour…apart from the amazing Guelder Rose, already a rich magnificent red, unmissable in the shrub and treeline

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