Early Dog-Violet. Richard Coomber

The Spring Week Hunt is for plants found in flower during the first seven days of March. Ferns and fern allies are excluded. Lists should be sent to the Spring Week Hunt Secretary by 15th March. Please indicate the number of days over the week you spent recording.

Teasel. Richard Coomber

The Autumn Week Hunt is for plants found in flower during the last seven days of October. Lists should be sent to the Autumn Week Hunt Secretary by 15th November. This now incorporates the Autumn One-day Hunt so please include the number of days over the week you spent recording.

Hazel Catkins. Richard Coomber

The Winter Months Hunt is for plants found in flower during December, January and February. A single alphabetical plant list with separate columns for each month and indicating the location of any plants recorded outside the recorder’s own county should be sent to the Winter Months Hunt Secretary by 15th March.

Plants counted for these seasonal activities must be in Clive Stace’s New Flora or D.H. Kent’s List.

Submit your lists to the relevant plant hunt secretary, detailed in the yearbook sent out with the January magazine. A stamped addressed envelope should be included with record books if you wish them returned, or send your records by email.

Can’t find your yearbook? Contact the website for the relevant branch secretary’s address.

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