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[57-365] 1st. October 2020- I warned you. Incoming ferns. Although it sounds more like a flying dinosaur extra in a Godzilla film in this case. Pteris (brake)…

Puzzlewood is an ancient woodland site and tourist attraction, near Coleford in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England. The site, covering 14 acres (5.7…

We spent two days on the Coromandel peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand. The weather was a bit cloudy, but we had a great time at the hot water beach,…

This is the photo I mentioned yesterday where I was enjoying the strong light while a group of photographers sat 10 feet away waiting for clouds to block the…

Somewhat behind in my posts this year but on a recent business trip to Devon I spent a couple of hours visiting one of my favourite places on East Dartmoor,…

Bracken the UK's most common fern and grows in dense stands on heathland, moorland, hillsides and in woodland.

Tree ferns have become extremely popular in recent years and their elegant, huge fronds grace many a back garden, park or terrace in the UK.

Some of the plants growing wild in the UK. Ivy an evergreen that is growing on a dead tree. Ferns or Brackens these plants grown in woodland or shaded places.

Tonight just a short post featuring some of the glorious flora around Poole area. So many of the hills were covered in the most brilliant yellow gorse I've ever…

I like ferns and around my garden there are quite a few knocking about, they all seem to be of differing species and I noticed today that the bitterly cold gale…
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