Can YOU HELP our Mountain Plant Research? Saxifraga spathularis, (Photo on Left) commonly known as St Partick’s Cabbage is one of a unique group of wildflowers native to Ireland, which originally came from the Iberian Peninsula (North Spain and Portugal) and therefore are known as the Lusitania Flora. These plants are mainly absent from Britain. […]
Scrambling Saturday in the Comeraghs Lots of exploration in the Coumshingaun area of the Comeraghs. Spring definitely in the air with many newborn lambs to be seen even though weather a little murky!
The heavy rain in the morning may have dissuaded some walkers but those who turned up were rewarded with sunshine and fine views after midday. Two walks were available , a “moderate” and a “moderate plus” , the former led by Pauline Lyall and the latter by Michael Wall. The pace of the “moderate” meant […]