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History of Ash and Ridley from Earliest Records to 1957
                    
Compiled by Dorothy G. Meager on behalf of Ash and Ridley Women's Institute           Page 68

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Nature Pages

             March

  April

Barren Strawberry
Dandelion
Dogs Mercury
Ground Ivy
Ladys Smock
Moschatel
Daisy
Chickweed
Coltsfoot
Groundsel
Lesser Celandine
Violet
Wood Anemone
Wood Spurge



Bugle
Bulbous Crowfoot
Bush Vetch
Broom
Cowslip
Early Purple Orchis
Greater Stitchwort
Primrose
Red Deadnettle
Wood Sorrel
Wild Strawberry



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