Monday, 8 June 2009

Buckle's Wood in June

The trees are growing well and look good, although we have lost a few over the winter. Most of the wild flower plants that were planted and protected by wire netting are also doing well, although I expect they are looking a bit battered after last night's storm.

These photos were taken a few hours before the hail started! Red Campion and Ox-eyed Daisy.












We shall have a stall at the PTA Fete again this year.

BARGAIN, BAGS AND PRIZES!

2 comments:

Graham said...

It's so amazing that there is a blog dedicated to the news of your woodland and the efforts you do to conserve it. Keep up the great work and I wish you all the best for keeping this beautiful area free and wild for the environment and future generations.

Eco-gran said...

Thank you for your kind comments. We hope that our wood, and the blog will give pleasure for many years to come!