Gorse will flower in a sort of sporadic way for much of the year, but it is at its very best in mid to late spring when the yellows of so many flowers flood the world, catching the sun’s rays. On top of the acidic, sandy soils of the Ashdown Forest this display can be marvellous and hugely uplifting particularly after a long slog into the warmth of springtime and the first bee and butterfly flights.
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