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Re: Woods in Wales?

Postby Judith » Mon Jun 08, 2015 4:23 pm

It would be great to meet some of you Welsh woodland owners. Any of you going to http://www.woodfestwales.co.uk/ June 26-27?

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Re: Woods in Wales?

Postby Jack_inthe_Green » Mon Jun 08, 2015 6:53 pm

Judith wrote:It would be great to meet some of you Welsh woodland owners. Any of you going to http://www.woodfestwales.co.uk/ June 26-27?

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I normally go as its held just around the corner , but I'm away at a music festival on the same weekend. :cry:
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Re: Woods in Wales?

Postby Rich » Tue Jun 09, 2015 4:09 am

Hi Jack,
Welcome to the forum, your wood looks glorious this time of year. There seems a very marked dilineation between the bluebells and the garlic, is it much wetter where the garlic is?
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Re: Woods in Wales?

Postby Jack_inthe_Green » Tue Jun 09, 2015 8:36 am

Rich wrote:Hi Jack,
Welcome to the forum, your wood looks glorious this time of year. There seems a very marked dilineation between the bluebells and the garlic, is it much wetter where the garlic is?


It is markedly different where the old boundary between the old wood and the field used to be. The garlic is slowly encroaching into the new planting. The bluebells are through out the wood and the field. It has been really interesting to watch the field turn back into a natural state. Underneath the wild cherry, the grass has died back completely. Bracken and Bramble has sprouted in places along with some other plants I do not recognise.
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