Willenhall Wood

A mixed, deciduous, Ancient and Semi-natural woodland covering nine hectares, the woods include oak, ash, wild cherry, silver birch and rowan. The shrub Layer contains hazel, elder, hawthorn and natural regeneration of oak, aspen, birch and ash.

The wood has a variety of ground plants in the spring and summer, including bracken, bramble, willow herb, nipplewort, herb Robert, wood avens, dog-rose, speedwell, cow parsley, common sorrel and stichwort to name but few. The most outstanding feature is the display of Bluebells during May and June in the eastern end of the Wood.

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