Category Archives: Caprifoliaceae

Interesting plants near Earley Gate

There are some interesting plants appearing around the old buildings near Earley Gate. A particularly interesting piece of ground is the site of an old greenhouse adjoining the lawn to the north-east of the Agriculture Building. This looks like a … Continue reading

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Honeysuckles in the Wilderness

If you take a walk through the wilderness on campus during  spring, you may well stumble across some beautiful honeysuckles coming into flower: they’re not quite so easy to spot at this time of year (Winter) without the distinctive bloom, … Continue reading

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