Scottish Borders Moss

Scottish Borders Moss - Flora


One of the most impressive sights you can often walk right by in the Scottish Borders is the impressive cushions of moss. It grows in huge swathes on the edges of woodland and sinks deeper than a mattress if you stand on it. I particularly liked this secion with the varying colours and contrasting spikey plant breaking through the surface.
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Common Spotted Orchid (Dactylorhiza fuchsii)

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