Tag Archives: wildflowers

Like Finding a Flower in a Haystack

Last week saw the commencement of our annual hay cut. First off, the three meadows over at Swan Lake Park. One of the biggest reasons we deploy this practice every year is to improve the diversity of the wildflower population on … Continue reading

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Awash with woodland wildflowers

Laura & I have been on a course to learn how to promote woodland wildflowers through creation on glades and dappled shade. It will be interesting to develop these management techniques along the valley like Southwood & Wellesley Woodlands. At … Continue reading

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Covebrook Hay cut for wildflowers

On Tuesday our gaggle of keen volunteers hay-cut meadows along Covebrook by Blunden Hall. Volunteers from Cove Brook Greenway Group and Blackwater Valley, joined forces to improve the meadows. They used a motorscythe machine to cut the hay which was … Continue reading

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