Right next to the car park in the Dorset seaside town of West Bay, is a fenced-off culvert, an open place where three channels meet. In June this was beautifully covered in colourful native plants both on the banks and stone walls as well as on the surface of the water.

4 Replies to “Culvert Flowers”

  1. I guess most people arriving by car at West Bay would have a good chance of encountering the place but would not necessarily pay it any heed unless they were curious about nature. I am pleased the Valerian is still doing well. It seems a good year for it and some even grew between the steps by my French windows for me to enjoy at close quarters every day. Seeded itself all over the nearby borders too.


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