Cow Parsley in The Great Churchyard by Jacquie Campbell

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May 2nd, The Great Churchyard in Bury St Edmunds is transformed into a magical space by the lacy veil of cow parsley blooms. The plants rise to our waists and offer a shady undergrowth for White Dead-Nettle, Borage and Wild Garlic. Those Orange- tipped butterflies are everywhere, they seem really appreciative that the churchyard runs wild for a while. Soon it’ll all be cut back to give other plants a glimpse of sunlight.

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