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Wychwood Project’s report on the rare Grape Hyacinths

The Wychwood Project’s Flora Group visited Chadlington again this year to survey our rare wild flower – the Muscari Neglectum at a number of locations in and around the village. In general they found that management regimes, such as timely mowing and ground clearance is benefitting the plant populations and the flower is thriving.

If you would like to read more, please see their short report here.

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