We are the Local Environment Group for the area around Prestwood in Buckinghamshire, including Great Missenden,
The Hampdens, The Kingshills, North Dean and Speen

Our Aims

We aim to protect and enhance the quality of the natural environment through the involvement of local people.

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Protecting Our Environment Registered charity No. 1114685

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Prestwood Nature The Local Environment Group for the Prestwood Area

Flowering Plants: Arable Land

Dense-flowered fumitoryCommon around the edges of arable fields on many farms are Wild Pansy, Parsley-piert, Dwarf Spurge, Field Madder, Small Toadflax and both Fluellens.  More restricted arable annuals grow on Hampden Bottom Farm: Dense-flowered Fumitory (also on two allotments), Corn Mint, Shepherd’s Needle, Venus’s Looking-glass, and Narrow-fruited Cornsalad (the last two abundant in certain fields).  Others grow on the more acid clays of Peterley Manor Farm: Corn Spurrey (also on one allotment), Slender Parsely-piert, Small Nettle, Creeping Yellow-cress, Changing Forgetmenot, and Shaggy Soldier.  In 2008 the first record of Many-seeded Goosefoot was obtained from near Speen, and Field Woundwort has only been found on wasteland at Brickfields.