The latest research findings published in our report ‚ÄòVanishing Flora‚Äô highlight the dramatic and irreversible losses suffered by British wild plants and press for greater action by governments and policy-makers. Help us stop the loss by donating now or becoming a member at www.plantlife.org.uk
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Our latest research has shown that the following species were present at the time of the Queen‚Äôs Silver Jubilee but gone by the Diamond Jubilee: ¬∑ Bell heather- gone from Middlesex ¬∑ Mountain pansy- gone from Monmouthshire ¬∑ Deptford pink- gone from Huntingdonshire ¬∑ Alpine saxifrage- gone from Caithness ¬∑ Fragrant agrimony- gone from Easter Ross ¬∑ Green-flowered helleborine- gone from Cheshire
The report provides extremely powerful evidence supporting our efforts to: ¬∑ make sure wild plants are at the forefront of the nature conservation agenda ¬∑ have even greater impact on the ground through our conservation projects to save species.
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