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Bluebells in Perivale Wood
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 Perivale Wood is a 27 acre (11 hectare) area of ancient oak woodland in
west London, managed by the Selborne Society. The reserve includes
a wide variety of habitats, plants, animals and insects. Every Spring vast
carpets of bluebells grace the woodland, creating a stunning blue vista as
far as the eye can see. The Society hold an Open Day each year so that
members of the public can experience the glorious bluebells in their prime. Native bluebells are under threat due to hybridisation with the Spanish bluebell, a non-native variety often grown in gardens and the loss of habitat. 
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Perivale Wood is a 27 acre (11 hectare) area of

ancient oak woodland in
west London, managed by the Selborne Society. The reserve includes
a wide variety of habitats, plants, animals and insects. Every Spring vast
carpets of bluebells grace the woodland, creating a stunning blue vista as
far as the eye can see. The Society hold an Open Day each year so that
members of the public can experience the glorious bluebells in their prime. Native bluebells are under threat due to hybridisation with the Spanish bluebell, a non-native variety often grown in gardens and the loss of habitat.