Ryhall Pasture and Little Warren Verges facts for kids
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Ryhall Pasture and Little Warren Verges is a 6.2 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north of the village of Ryhall. Little Warren Verges is in Lincolnshire and Ryhall Pasture is in Rutland.
The main grasses on Ryhall Pasture are tor-grass, upright brome and red fescue. The soil is on Jurassic Upper Lincolnshire Limestone, and the rich herb flora include clustered bellflower and greater knapweed. The roadside verges have a diverse calcareous flora, and adjacent hedges are rich in herbs and insect species.
There is public access to the verges but not to the meadow.
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