Among the Moss Valley wildflowers
Wild garlic (Allium ursinum) grows alongside The Moss, the brook which flows through the wooded landscape of the Moss Valley Nature Reserve in Northeast Derbyshire. Wild garlic is just one of the many ancient woodland indicator species that grow here, however they prefer the permanently damp soils at the water's edge.

Among the Moss Valley wildflowers

Recently I was lucky enough to spend two early mornings in a row at the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust’s Moss Valley Nature Reserve., which is just over the border into…

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Sheffield Woodland Connections – bluebells in Ecclesall Woods 8th May 2020

A short walk among the English bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) along the winding paths of Ecclesall Woods, Sheffield. Experience the sights and sounds of South Yorkshire’s largest ancient woodland in the full swing…

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