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Bluebells

Bluebells in Spring

There is nothing quite so magical as stepping into a wood in early May, and finding yourself in a sea of bluebells. Dr Cath explains more about their history, how to spot non-native bluebells and…

Wren

Bird Song Basics

Spring is the time the country comes alive with birdsong, but why do birds call and how? Find out more from Dr Cath Price.

Cowslips

Spring wildlife gardening

As the days get longer and warmer we’ll all be itching to get out into the garden and start sowing, planting and tidying for a glorious summer display. If you don’t already garden with wildlife in…

Wild daffodil

Daffydowndillies

Daffodils are a welcome sign of spring, particularly for our garden expert John Hughes. However, the daffodils that adorn our parks and roadsides are garden varieties, with the truly Wild daffodil…

John Hughes garden

A Greek god in my garden

My garden is at its best in spring. In no small part this is due to the Farley by-pass. Farley is a tiny hamlet between Much Wenlock and Buildwas. The narrow road through Farley was blighted with…