Friday, 26 June 2015

Crested Cow-wheat Doing Well at Easton

Jane Croft sends these photos and news that Crested Cow-wheat (Melampyrum cristatum) is doing well at Easton, Huntingdonshire this year with 100's of plants in bloom. This uncommon species is very much a speciality of East Anglia, with the population at Easton being one of the largest and certainly the most accessible in the county.

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