Visit to hills near Watchet, Somerse with Somerset Rare Plants Group

Great set of calcareous plants on the lime-rich clays of these coastal hills; it's an unusual habitat - especially for northern Somerset where acid heaths or neutral grasslands are more common.
Nit Grass (Gastridium ventricosum), Wild clary (Salvia verbenaca) and Rough Marsh-mallow (Althaea hirsuta) were the top plants for me today.
(Exact location of these plants is obscured to protect rare plants and landowners)

Posted on 18 July, 2015 17:56 by chamaeleo chamaeleo | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Recent observations View All

More Observations


A trial for data management and presentation.
Records gained on visits with Somerset Rare Plants Group in 2015.

chamaeleo created this project on 18 July, 2015
Embed a widget for this project on your website