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What’s Blooming on our Wild Flower Patch? And, what is that strange black fly?

It is now nearly a month since the latest area at the top of the steps to Ross Avenue was sown with wild flower seeds by the 48th Cub Scouts of Dalgety Bay. There are no flowers to be seen yet but quite a variety of seedlings are developing. Not all will survive and bloom, but the seedlings promise something colourful for later in the summer. Meanwhile, on the area sown last year, more of the plants are now coming into flower; and we are beginning to see quite a diversity of species. On the bank beside the solitary conifer, the seeds there were the last of those sown in spring 2014. Most did not come into flower that year because of the very dry summer, but they gathered strength over the

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