Bromeswell Green is noted for its wet meadows, saltmarsh and woodland. Wetland plants such as southern marsh orchid, lesser spearwort and fen bedstraw make a wonderful display in the damper areas…
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Gunton Meadow is part of a small network of wildlife-rich habitats in north Lowestoft. The meadows are important for a variety of grassland species while the ponds support a large population of…
This is a gem of a site for the fen enthusiast. The waterlogged peat allows unique plants and animals to flourish.
Hutchison's Meadow is an interesting flower-rich grassland that is a mix of spring fed wet grassland and drier grassland associated with sand and gravels.
There is something special about Market Weston Fen.
These three meadows are among the few flower-rich hay meadows still left in Suffolk. As they have never been fertilised, sprayed or drained, the site supports a wide range of wildflowers. To…
It’s hard not to be taken aback by the sheer scale and prettiness of Mellis Common. Framed by cottages and farm houses it is a place that has changed relatively little over hundreds of years.
Mickfield Meadow is a stunning flower-rich hay meadow that has never been sprayed or fertilised.
This small wooded valley with its spring-fed stream used to be a source of water for Felixstowe. Together with its small area of marsh, fen and adjacent heathland this reserve is good for…
Lying next to the River Lark this pretty network of flower-rich wet meadows and dykes is a small wildlife oasis for those living in the village of Barton Mills.