True Wild daffodils are only now found in a restricted number of woods, mainly in the west of the country. It is an indicator of ancient woodland and grassland, often found growing with plants such as Dog’s mercury, wood anemone, Primrose, Cowslip, Lesser celandine, Ivy, and violets. Continue reading →
As I collated the information that the Naturetale app holds about flowers and berries I came across references to something called ‘The Language of flowers’. My curiosity piqued, I decided to investigate further.
Courtesy of Wikipedia, it transpires that humans have ascribed meanings, associations and emotions to certain flowers since ‘a very long time ago’. Continue reading →