Collecting the folklore and uses of plants


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Tapestry, c.1660Two upcoming lectures:

Tuesday 11 March, What have mosses ever done for us? by Mari Whitelaw, at the South London Botanical Institute, 7.30 p.m.

Thurs 13 March, Fairy and other folks in old Oaks, Roy Vickery, meeting of the South East London Folklore Society, 8 p.m.

For further details see Events on this website.

Image: King Charles II hiding in an oak tree after the Battle of Worcester, 1651, detail from embroidery, c.1660, now in the Holburne Museum, Bath.


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