Saturday, April 05, 2014


I'm still a little desk-bound with the Brecknockshire Rare Plant Register. (Nearly there...) But I did get out with Hay U3A Lost Farms and Villages group to Partishow on Wednesday. I took a recording card (this is right on the boundary of the Vice County) and did record quite a few species - including  a good variety of ferns etc on old walls at Ty'n y Llwyn Farm.

The church is a popular place for walkers and has a good collection of daffodils - including some that are probably true Narcissus pseudonarcissus - even if planted.

There are also wild garlic, primroses and other gems in the graveyard.

And at St Issue's Well nearby a great display of Opposite-leaved Golden-saxifrage.

But it's the interior of the church that is famed and draws visitors from a wide area:

More botany next week hopefully !

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