Tormore Forest

A bit of a damp walk today along the track and out the north end led to another new site for Hypericum humifusum (Trailing St John’s-wort) and a first vice-county record for Schizostylis coccinea (Kaffir Lily), now apparently renamed Hesperantha coccinea.  It is amazing how far folks will drive to dump garden rubbish. This well-established clump is 800m along the track from the car park by the road.

Schizostylis coccineaTormore

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