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Guide to Ancient Woodland Indicator Plants

Guide to Ancient Woodland Indicator Plants

Alastair Hotchkiss

Ancient woodlands have been around for centuries. In the UK they date back to medieval times, and have developed ecosystems that are rich, complex and irreplaceable. They are also a delight to visit, often with spectacular carpets of spring flowers. Dating woodlands is not straightforward but some plants can indicate that a site has been wooded for a considerable length of time. Guide to Ancient Woodland Indicator Plants, produced with the Woodland Trust, provides an introduction to these indicator plants. 8 pages.

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