Common Spotted Orchid
Common Spotted Orchid

One of several different types of Orchid found in the Meadow

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Knapweed
Knapweed

Lovely colours and provides plenty of interest to the bumblebees

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Red-tailed Bumblebee
Red-tailed Bumblebee

Red-tailed bumblebees love the Knapweed.

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Harebell
Harebell

Flowering from July until November, the flowers are pollinated by bees.

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Greater Butterfly Orchid
Greater Butterfly Orchid

Often found in old meadows, this lovely orchid is pollinated by insects.

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Alchemilla
Alchemilla

Commonly known as Lady's Mantle. Its soft grey-green scalloped-shaped leaves are more conspicuous than its yellow-green flowers.

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Morning Visitor
Morning Visitor

Roe deer are frequent visitors to the meadow

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Pollinator
Pollinator

Hard at work in the evening

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You can read the Scottish Government's 2017 - 2027 Pollinator Strategy HERE