Wildlife Area Session 12th April 2014
This weekend we found, what seemed like thousands, Sycamore seedlings round the wildflowers.
If not removed, these seedlings will grow into saplings with deep roots.
Unfortunately, the most efficient method of removing these seedlings is by hand.
Here, Simon is removing bindweed which has grown in a short space of time.
Here, Anne is pruning dead flower heads (daffodils), a process of removing dying or dead flowered heads giving the plant a chance of flowering again.
If you are interested in helping out for a few hours in our Wildlife Area, please come along to our next session. Click for dates and times.