Northern Stream Carr
|The stream area is bounded to the west by
impenetrable rhododendron. There is just enough space to walk on the western side of the
stream between the water and the rhododendron. As this side was slightly drier, the
survey was done from the western side.
The ground between the stream and the Boggy Footpath was very wet and dominated by Pendulous Sedge and Brambles with several large Oak trees. The commonest plant along the banks was Opposite-leaved Golden Saxifrage.
|Pedunculate Oak||Quercus rober|
|Grasses & Rushes|
|Pendulous Sedge||Carex pendula|
|Wavy Bitter-cress||Cardamine flexuosa|
|Opposite-leaved Golden Saxifrage||Chrysosplenium oppositifolium|
|Bramble (Blackberry)||Rubus fruticosus|
|Marsh Bedstraw||Galium palustre|
|Hedge Woundwort||Stachys sylvatica|
|Pink Purslane||Montia sibirica|