Welcome to the June edition. Colour seems to be a theme this month, with the blossom display in many orchards as apples and pears prepare to set their fruit.
Volunteer tree warden Sally Webster shares some photos from the orchard at Putney in Herefordshire, where apple growing dates back to the 1870s. Many woodlands have provided a rich display of bluebells, and Gough’s Coppice in Shropshire is no different, as I found out when I visited.
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