It is a widespread flower of ponds, marshes, damp meadows, ditches and wet woodland and is a conspicuous spring flower.
What to look for when out walking.
B-Lines is a response to the decline of bees and other pollinating insects, a plan for how to reconnect our wild places by creating a network of wildflowers across our landscapes.
“Quo life, the warld is mine.
An open grave is a furrow syne.”
Megan Taylor (Wild Orkney Walks) took us on a delightful virtual walk from Finstown up to Loch Wasdale as part of the Orkney Foraging Fortnight.
Naturalist and Conservationist Dan Puplett took us on a virtual walk on Saturday 29th of August as part of the Orkney Foraging Fortnight.
stunning images by Bernie and Mike Bell reminding us of the beauty in angelica
“We hadn’t been to these Moors for years….”
At some HES sites traditional methods are being used rather than strimmers and mowers
“In the gravel…Self-heal”