Wildflowers

Bluebells

If you take a walk along the Coastal Path to Porth Mear Cove between mid April and early May, you will find the bank along the small cove awash with colour. Our native English Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) cover the ground with thousands of bulbs where once an ancient woodland stood. In years gone by the woodland has disappeared and left the Bluebell bulbs in the ground to flower each year. You may also find the pink taller Red Campion (Silene dioica) flowers dotted amongst the vivid blue.

Sea Campion

Spring Squill

Thrift

 


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