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Autumn at Ryton Pools Country Park
I took these photos in Ryton Pools Country Park. The enterprising snail was about seven feet from the ground; I don’t know whether it was after leaves or the rose hips. ...
The Roads Beautifying Association in Warwickshire
We take it for granted that our roads today are relatively wide and straight, well-engineered and surfaced, with good and consistent signage and often attractive roadside planting. It was not ...
A Splash of Autumn Colour at Warwick Racecourse
Warwick Racecourse is home to an interesting species of plant that flowers unusually in the autumn rather than the spring. The Meadow Saffron (Colchium autumnale, also called the Autumn Crocus) is ...
St Giles Packwood, Churchyard: A Historic Site as a Wildlife Haven
This particular churchyard is a very rich site for wildflowers with other 100 species being identified – some of which are quite rare for this part of Warwickshire. It was ...
Early May is the classic time to look for bluebells in ancient woodland. They thrive in Warwickshire, offering a magical spectacle at this time of year. The Visitor Centre in Ryton Pools ...
The Autumn Crocus in Warwick
One of our contributors, Christine Hodgetts, was moved to write this interesting article about the Autumn Crocus, in response to Mark Smith’s original article, A Splash of Autumn Colour. The autumn ...
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