Welcome to this site, which provides a forum for the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) in Hampshire, and acts as the web site for the Hampshire Rare Plant Register project. Much of the activity detailed here is also organised by, or in collaboration with, the Hampshire Flora Group which is run and financially supported by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.
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To contact us by email:South Hampshire - Martin Rand
Wild Daffodils Narcissus pseudonarcissus in a hedgebank near Sherfield English. Although not given the accolade by Wordsworth, Hampshire has several good areas for seeing a profusion of Wild Daffodils. They include the valley of the Linford Brook and neighbouring areas on the western edge of the New Forest; the area between Sherfield English and Lockerley, where they are in almost every ancient hedgerow and copse; woods to the west of Chandlers Ford, running towards North Baddesley and Ampfield; around Botley and Curbridge; parts of the Forest of Bere in the Meon valley; and in the north of the county, Pamber Forest and the country around Wolverton.