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Flowers in the Frost

Morning mist in the Teign valley

Morning mist in the Teign valley

After the recent storms, Fingle is recovering from the damage inflicted by gales and floods and signs of spring are showing. After a frosty start today the wildflowers are braving the conditions and revealing their colours. Winter hasn’t left us yet but a sense of what’s to come is starting to show. The snow drops and wild daffodils are always among the first in bloom but other natural gems are waiting to follow.

Fingle Woods emerges from the mist

Fingle Woods emerges from the mist

Frost flowers form in the damp woods

Frost flowers form in the damp woods

Wild daffodils

Wild daffodils in Cod Wood

Snowdrop

Snowdrop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring is an uplifting time of year so please share your photos of any wildflowers you find around Fingle Woods and we’ll post them on the blog.

Please send your images to finglewoods@woodlandtrust.org.uk

Thank you
by Matt Parkins

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