disturbed places

disturbed places

areas of pasture seriously impacted by livestock action such as winter-feeding areas or gateway area where normal pasture species are replaced by annual weeds and grasses.
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This taxon grows in disturbed or moderately disturbed places, generally in the herbaceous layer in forests degraded by pasturing or in the woody edges, but always in the protection of a shrubby or arboreal layer.
Though Disturbed Places is another meditation on memory and narrative, on how we put together an understanding of a place or event, it flirts with touristic glamour, and does not fully avoid it; nor does the Tiananmen collage fully avoid the triumph of ingenuity over content.
A spokeswoman for Plantlife Cymru said: "Because of its origin it seems to prefer mild climates - hence its rarity - and is found mainly in the Channel Islands, the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall, where it grows in old fields, and along hedge banks, cliffs and paths and other disturbed places, especially near the sea.