Category Archives: Wild Flowers

Tree Following July 2015

Tree following was dreamed up by Lucy at Loose and Leafy, where you will find lots of links to other bloggers taking part. Last month my post was too late to put my link on Loose and Leafy, but it’s … Continue reading

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#30DaysWild Day 12 – Ruislip Woods

For Day 12 of 30 Days Wild I went for a walk in Ruislip Woods. I think I’ve blogged about the woods before – one of the best things about north west London. There’s always something interesting to see and … Continue reading

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#30DaysWild Day 11 – Wild Flowers

Yesterday, for Day 11 of 30 Days Wild I took a walk around the wild flower area at the garden where I work, Chenies Manor. This was sown in March, and is around a third of an acre in total. … Continue reading

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Day 9 #30DaysWild – A Walk by the A40

For Day 9 of 30 Days Wild I went for a wonderful walk on the playing fields alongside the A40 in Uxbridge. This might sounds unpromising, with 6 lanes of one of the busiest roads into London bordering one side … Continue reading

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Day 1 #30DaysWild

Although I think people have been signing up to the Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild pledge for a few weeks, I only noticed the #30DaysWild hashtag today. It’s a project encouraging people to do something to connect with nature every … Continue reading

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