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Dutch elm disease is a tragic thing to watch, but we shouldn't be too gloomy. Woody vegetation responds, adapts, regroups. What emerges in its recovery stage may not be the same as before, but it will always be a vital, dynamic, arboreal community.
Where the wild things are.
A reminder is that we share a habitat and a common experience with other creatures.
Inside the life of plants.
In the second in a series of essays on nature and landscape, Richard Mabey sees a premonition of spr
The limits of Roger Scruton’s love of the land.
In the first of a new occasional series on nature and landscape, Richard Mabey prepares for winter i