Tuesday Treat: Dune Communities

Kessingland on Suffolk coast has an extensive and unusual dune system back by crumbling cliffs. Fed by water draining from those cliffs, there is a water hole (Crazy Mary’s). These are some of the plants we found there…

Sea Holly: 23 sept 2021

Haresfoot clover: 23 sept 2021 

Sedge: 23 sept 2021

Sea Lavender: 23 sept 2021 

Sea Buckthorn: 23 sept 2021 

Sea Buckthorn berries: 23 sept 2021 

Yellow Wort: 23 sept 2021 

Rosa rugosa: 23 sept 2021 

Sea Kale: 23 sept 2021 

Sea Aster: 23 sept 2021 

Purple Glasswort: 23 sept 2021 

Purple Glasswort closeup: 23 sept 2021 

Centaury: 23 sept 2021 

That’s all for now folks. Hope you’ve enjoyed

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14 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Dune Communities

  1. Deborah says:

    I enjoyed! 🙂 ❤

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  2. Kim Smyth says:

    I have never seen sea holly! Very pretty!

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  3. Frank says:

    Very beautiful and unusual, thank you for the look, enjoyed

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    They look like very hardy plants 🙂

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  5. Dale says:

    What a wonderful selection of vegetation to be found by the sea! Lovely, as always.

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