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Wildlife in our Hedgerows

Nature’s Highways As they travel in search of food, mates and shelter, animals follow their own ‘highways’ – the hedgerows, walls, fences and rivers that thread the countryside of Britain. Much of the British landscape is made up of a … Continue reading

18. March 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Tropaeolum x majus: Nasturtium

Creeping, climbing and trailing plants are generally popular but though annuals include such forms amongst their number they are by no means plentiful and besides, they are usually rather tender species. Nasturtium combines desirability of habit and hardiness, which is … Continue reading

15. November 2011 by Dave Pinkney
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