British Wildlife 20.6 August 2009

Brown Galingale at Breamore Marsh

As August fades into September, the days shorten and the botanical season draws towards its close. At this back end of summer, I make my annual visit along Hampshire's Avon valley to Breamore Marsh. Here, I wade the ponds and hollows of the Marsh and pay my respects to one of Britain's rarest plants, the Brown Galingale Cyperus fuscus. 

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