Posts Tagged: Rhododendron ponticum

Lower plants of the wet west

Lobaria pulmonaria, or lungwort, is a common lichen in Ferry Wood. It is one of many “lower” or non-flowering plants that flourish her in the wet, cool climate and indicate that we are in temperate rainforest. However, the Rhododendron ponticum

Lower plants of the wet west

Lobaria pulmonaria, or lungwort, is a common lichen in Ferry Wood. It is one of many “lower” or non-flowering plants that flourish her in the wet, cool climate and indicate that we are in temperate rainforest. However, the Rhododendron ponticum

Rhododendron clearance and biochar production

Carina and I are developing a concept for a social enterprise: combining clearance of Rhododendron ponticum (using the lever and mulch method) with biochar production. To this end we are buying a kin-tiki kiln from a smith in Northumberland. The

Rhododendron clearance and biochar production

Carina and I are developing a concept for a social enterprise: combining clearance of Rhododendron ponticum (using the lever and mulch method) with biochar production. To this end we are buying a kin-tiki kiln from a smith in Northumberland. The

Alien invader or healing opportunist?

Recently I read a book that made me reconsider how I see my local “alien invaders”. Every bioregion has them: non-natives you wish weren’t around but are just impossible to get rid of. Here on the West Coast of Scotland

Alien invader or healing opportunist?

Recently I read a book that made me reconsider how I see my local “alien invaders”. Every bioregion has them: non-natives you wish weren’t around but are just impossible to get rid of. Here on the West Coast of Scotland