Flower Meadow is a small wildflower area in the north-eastern corner of the site. During June, the meadow will be ablaze with Ox-eye Daisy and Yellow Rattle. Cat’s-ear, Plantains and many species of grass add to the diversity of the sward. This area will be alive with invertebrates, including flower beetles, leaf beetles, hoverflies, picture-wing flies and bees. Given the proximity of the meadow to Slater’s Pit pond, dragonflies and damselflies may prospect over this area. It will be worth a visit, no matter what your interest.