Woodland fern nature guide
Woodland fern nature guide
Woodland fern nature guide
Woodland fern nature guide
Woodland fern nature guide
Woodland fern nature guide
Woodland fern nature guide

Woodland fern nature guide

£3.00

On a damp, muddy autumn walk through your local woodland, you stop to marvel at the fern at your feet, its tips turning the colour of embers. As the mist and drizzle settles in your hair, you turn over one of its feathered fronds shooting from the earth in the shape of a shuttlecock...

A mix of fact, folklore and with original illustrations by me, Agnes Becker, this digital download nature guide will enrich your encounter with woodland ferns, inspiring wonder for and connection with the natural world and our place in it.

Once you have purchased the guide, you'll be sent an email with a link to download it.

***Only available until 30 November 2019***

Format: PDF

Print version
Number of pages: 4
Print double sided in colour (pages 1-2) or in black and white (pages 3-4), fold into quarters and take on your walk

Mobile version
Number of pages: 10
Download and scroll through the pages as you walk

References

References are given in the order of the different sections within the guide.

At a glance

Identify ferns using the brilliant "What's that fern guide" from the British Pteridological Society: https://ebps.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Fern-Guide01.pdf

Magical

    Medicinal

    * Not sure about the validity of the content on these websites but in the information on the Male Fern correlates with other sources.

    Ancient

    Fern fever

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    MK
    10/02/2019
    Mrs K.
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    Thoroughly enriching

    I have always loved spending time in forests and have been drawn to ferns, running my hands through them on many of my walks, I thought I knew enough about them, but since finding Agnes and her work I have learnt so much and my love for them has grown all the more for it. It's well worth the small change, to print in the comfort of your own home, to handily fold down to pocket size and step out into your local woodland all within minutes.