September 2020
We deliberately do not mow large areas of our Coastal Park during the summer months – this allows all our beautiful wild flowers to give a great display and helps our birds, insects and wild life to thrive.
Did you spot any of the following this year?... 

Everlasting Pea
  Field Scabious  Field Bindweed    

Everlasting Pea (Close-up)
Ladies Bedstraw


Pyramidal Orchid 

Scroll down further for more images of plants found on the coastal Park

The group sitting on one of the new benches funded by EON.


Pyramid Orchid, These are dotted about Grain on waste ground some at the outflow, on the ground fenced off and owned by EON. (photo courtesy J. Birdsey)

Self Heal, has flourish this year along Puma path, late spring through to early summer.
(photo courtesy J. Birdsey)

Giant Mushroom, top wood off Puma path.
(photo courtesy J. Birdsey)

Hypericum (St. Johns wort), can be found along Puma path and on the battery, through the summer months.
(photo courtesy J. Birdsey)

Spotted Marsh Orchid, this can be found along Puma path late spring. This is it's second year of flowering.
(photo courtesy J. Birdsey)

If you have any interesting photo's of the Isle of Grain please send them to the email address so that we can publish them.