Photographic Print. Pink Rhododendron blossoms with water droplets.
Some species which were present in Britain before past glaciations,
often during periods with a warmer climate than now, failed to return
after the last glacial maximum, amongst these are Rhododendron and Rabbits, later reintroduced are now considered invasive, non-native, not indigenous by some conservationists which they give as a reason for ripping them out, a reason which for some species is not true. It is only the Ponticum variety which causes problems but often landscapers remove all varieties to make woods look sparse rather than be lush natural woods. A wonderful example of replacing this variety with other Rhododendrons and retaining lush density is at Portmeirion Woods.
View Pink Pathway 1 in Portmeirion.
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