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Spring’s lovely show of woodland plants

Nature Notes by Peter Gay April is usually a month of sunshine and showers, refreshing the ground after a March drought and giving us our long beautiful spring, the envy of many warmer countries where it is a fleeting season between winter and summer. Many woodland plants need to flower before the trees unfurl their leaves and cast them into …

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Nine springtime walks in Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and…

Blean Woods, where you can walk as long, or as short, as you like Comments (0) WE all know there will be some wintry blasts to make us think otherwise, but the truth is that spring is here. The temperatures have risen, the birds are singing and the flowers (well, some of them, anyway) are starting to blossom. And, of course, …

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