THE FLORA OF CASTLE HILL
In the very heart of the city on Castle Hill, it is possible to see wild-growing woodland flora, meadows of ruderal and non-native species, where it is only necessary to look properly. Specialists from the Botanical Society of Slovenia have prepared a field walk which will start from the Point.For you info centre on Wednesday 27 July 2016 at 4.30pm. In addition to getting to know the plants on the ground, in line with the wishes of participants, the experts will be on hand to identify and recognise dried plants and photography. (photo: Dr Jože Bavcon)
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