Tag Archives: wildflower

The First Signs of Success

Whilst out chipping with Assistant Ranger Matt and Student Josh we stumbled across some fresh new spring growth peaking through the woodland floor in Puckridge, Wellesley Woodlands.  These signs of life are from the hard work Ranger Jenny and the … Continue reading

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Flowers Rock

Yesterday after helping on Jenny’s task at Southwood Woodland I went exploring and discovered that Spring has come early to the woodland. Pretty painted pebbles have appeared, with this delicate daisy nestled under a bench. Why not have a stroll … Continue reading

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Bye Bye MGL Brambles

Yesterday Ranger Stuart took 19 volunteers up to Moor Green Lakes to cut back the bramble on the north shore of Grove Lake.  Last year the same task was undertaken and what was bramble has now regenerated back into wildflower … Continue reading

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