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Top News. Rail station wildlife gardens to receive stamp of approval from NWT 15 Jul, Community efforts to boost nature at rail stations a Social media. It has creeping stems at the base with upright flower spikes 15 cm tall. It is partly evergreen and has whorls of narrow green leaves on its stem. Conservation status The plant can be found growing across the UK. What are the best plants to grow to attract butterflies to my garden? Details Did you know?
How to recognise. Where to see. When to see. How to help. Do not damage or pick plants in the wild and if you can allow a patch of local wildflowers to grow in your garden. Contributed by: Emily Nobbs. Whats on? Share this. Also in this section Explore our nature reserves, from the oldest Wildlife Trust reserve in the UK to the smallest The nearest bus stops may be found by zooming into the ma Nature reserves. Discover Norfolk's wildlife, from our majestic marsh harriers to stunning swallowtail butterflies Species Explorer.
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