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IN A GREEN SHADE

A diary of back garden botany, urban ecology, rural rambles and field trips to the middle of nowhere...

  • By Rupert Hughes
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly four posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Jun 2023 8
Jul 2023 19
Aug 2023 25
Sep 2023 18
Oct 2023 18
Nov 2023 19
Dec 2023 14
Jan 2024 13
Feb 2024 15
Mar 2024 19
Apr 2024 16
May 2024 15
Jun 2024 10

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Most recent posts

2024-06-17 21:50
Campanula persicifolia and Prunus x cistena.
On , by Rupert Hughes, 5 words
2024-06-16 21:47
Yellow Rattle (Rhinanthus minor). An annual of grassland, the flowers are yellow and the seeds rattle in their pods. R. minor is a hemi-parasite. It is parasitic on the roots of grass but nonetheless has …
On , by Rupert Hughes, 131 words
2024-06-15 09:16
Phacelia tanacetifolia is good for biomass and bees; a fast growing annual that can be sown through spring and summer. Often cited as a 'green manure' i.e. chop and drop to enrich the soil. Agriculturally …
On , by Rupert Hughes, 128 words