Inside story

Community of Crambe maritima, Sea Kale, seen growing in shingle dunes in Dungeness, UK

When you visit a friend’s home for the first time, you always leave the experience with a better understanding of who that person is, why they are the way they are and what makes them tick; you walk away smiling because you understand where their quirks come from. It’s no different with plants… Getting the opportunity to see plants in their native habitat always gives a better insight into its environment, how it grows and the conditions it takes. As seen with the Sea Kale I know it prefers sharp drainage, I see the average size of plants, know that it can take salt spray, and see the transformation of the plant through its different stages of growth. Take note for the future.   – Jimmy

Crambe maritima

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