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In 2003, the People's Trust for Endangered Species bought the abandoned Rough Hill Orchard, located beside the River Avon in Worcestershire, and have since discovered 110 plant species, including agrimony, black knapweed, wild carrot, quaking grass, slender trefoil and the rare great dodder.
Oxeye daisy and black knapweed grow in the wildflower areas and you can find greater burnet, ragged robin and yellow rattle in the meadow.
They thrive around the late summer flowers of lucerne, black knapweed, rattle, crucifers and purple clover.
It is home to rare plants including meadow foxtail, greater bird's-foot-trefoil, red clover, black knapweed, ox-eye daisy and cocksfoot.