Sunday, 9 July 2017
Bracken again: this time overwhelming the path near post 10 and the flower-rich slope above it.
An hour or so with two scythers and all is clear again - for now
Notice, in the picture above, that we left a couple of clumps of St John's Wort with its starry yellow flowers.
And on the far side by post 10 is our one Wild Service Tree.
The leaves are a bit like maple leaves . . . . .
. . . . . but you can tell it isn't a maple because the main veins don't all originate from the same place; they are spaced up the central vein.