Again due to the Covid circumstances this meeting will be held on Zoom.
A chance to say Hello, without having to travel anywhere. The meeting will feature a short talk by Heather McHaffie, about the ferns at Backhouse Rossie garden in Fife. If … Continue reading S: Spring Zoom meeting
Bings in central Scotland are of course the spoil heaps from shale mining. Some have been maintained because botanists discovered that they have been colonized by interesting plants. At Shotts … Continue reading S: Lycophytes on Shotts Bing
Leaders: Clare and Mark Kitchen May Hill lies on the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire border and is the highest point in Gloucestershire. We hope to see amongst others Equisetum sylvaticum, Wood Horsetail and … Continue reading WS: May Hill, Gloucestershire
Coire Ghamhnain, below Beinn Udlaidh, near Tyndrum, has lime-rich crags with interesting flora, including records of Woodsia, but also Cryptogramma, Asplenium viride, Dryopteris oreades, clubmosses, etc. (More details to follow.) … Continue reading S: Mountain ferns near Tyndrum
Leaders: Fibrex Nursery (am.) Angela Tandy and garden visit (pm.) Alistair and Margaret Urquhart, Kidlington, Oxfordshire. Fibrex nursery needs no introduction to fern fans as the source of probably the … Continue reading WS: Fibrex Nursery and the garden of Alistair and Margaret Urquhart
Leaders: Brian & Sue Dockerill The Dare Valley Park was opened in 1973 as the result of the restoration of former colliery sites. Covering over 450 acres it ranges from … Continue reading WS: Dare Valley Country Park.