Holding Back the Invaders!

Volunteering resumed at the cutting on Sunday 18th April. The focus from then on has been to control and eliminate non-native species. This does cause some concern with visitors, as were are observed removing Bluebells. The bluebell in question is of the Spanish variety. It is both non-native and invasive. It is growing where we would much prefer to have native wild flower and grasses growing, which in turn provide a benefit for the native wildlife.

I have provided a guide to the difference between native and non-native bluebells, produced by ┬ęKatrina Martin / 2020VISION

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