Brueton Park Solihull
Wild garlic by the River Blythe.
The Park was given to the town by Mr Horace Brueton in 1944, which was formally part of Malvern Hall and the two Parks were linked in 1963.
The conservation area in Brueton Park received Local Nature Reserve status in 2002 in recognition for the Park’s importance for wildlife. The Park contains the River Blythe Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Woodland, designated in 1989 by English Nature. The woods are important for oak, ash and alder trees as well as a carpet of wildflowers.
The smell was overwhelming, perfect for cooking just pick the flowers or leaves. Yum yum
This view you will see as you approach the bridge which crosses the River Blythe, where you can spot the trout avoiding the ducks on the lake, if you lucky the pet dogs are not chasing them with fun.
During the spring season just step beyond here into the woodland you will be overwhelmed by the scent with flows of white.
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