Harrisons Plantation

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Harrisons Plantation, together with Martins Pond forms an important wildlife reservoir in this part of the City. A mixed broad-leaved woodland.

The woodland is dominated by sycamore with ash, wild cherry and oak. Damper areas support mature crack willows and alders. The understorey is a sparse layer of elder, hawthorn with some regenerating cherry. The ground flora includes a number of typical woodland plants including dogs mercury, red campion, nettle-leaved bellflower and bramble.

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The reserve can be entered at several points from Lambourne Drive and Old Coach Road, both off Wollaton Road (A609). It can also be approached from Martin’s Pond off Russell Avenue. A circular route can be followed along a path that runs through the site from Lambourne Drive eventually connecting with Martin’s Pond.

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