I am the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) Vice-County Recorder for Huntingdonshire (VC31) and Mid-West Yorkshire (VC64). I've set-up this botany blog to more readily share news on recent wildflower discoveries made by myself and others, to encourage wider recording, and as a way to challenge myself to take more photographs of the plants I find. See the BSBI website for more information on the work of the society and the diverse range of botany projects currently in progress.
Friday, 3 July 2015
Struck Gold in Doncaster
Braved the heat of Hatfield, Doncaster (VC63) yesterday and found a colony of Hungarian Mullein (Verbascum speciosum) thriving in a scrapyard. I think it may be new to the VC.