Monthly Archives: August 2016

London is home to rare Black Poplars

There are only about 7000 native Black Poplars (Poplus nigra betulifolia) left in Britain, most of them south of The Wash (the bay where Norfolk meets Lincolnshire on the east coast of England). And only 600 of these are female. … Continue reading

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Charterhouse mulberries

I recently posted a new blog piece for Morus Londinium on the mulberries at Charterhouse, a former Carthusian monastery founded in the 14th century, then boys’ school and alms-house: http://www.moruslondinium.org/research/charterhouse-mulberries  

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