The Wilden Marsh Blog

Monthly Archives: September 2016

For many years I’ve watched Wilden Marsh flora growth and dieback cycles with increasing interest. I’ve seen lush green vegetation rise to heights of 3 metres and more, before the desiccating effects of winter sun and wind turn fibrous stalks and stems to dry, bleached and brittle standing skeletons that break from the host plant ending up on the ground as large-scale slow rotting litter – wind dried Himalayan balsam tubes and… Read More

Wayne and Waynetta.

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