Wild Flowers of Cornwall

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Wild Flowers of Cornwall

If you are a wildflower enthusiast, look no further than Cornwall. The coastal wildflowers are an astonishing scene and are now at their most colourful between May and September. Thrift, Common bird’s Foot Trefoil, Sheep’s Bit and Cat’s Ear are some of the strange names so typical of Cornwall and can be seen on both North and South Coasts. The most southerly point of the British mainland, the Lizard Peninsula is home to some of our most threatened plants and has become a real mecca for wildflower enthusiasts.  However, the coastal footpath at Rame Head in South East Cornwall and the Tinner’s Way at St Ives make for a spectacular displays and days out too.  With or without the dog!!

2018-06-08T13:40:59+00:00 June 8th, 2018|Blog|
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