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Plant Life

Plant life in and around Bishopsteignton

Holm Oaks

Next time you are out and about, look for evergreen holm oaks Quercus ilex; a common site in Bishopsteignton and in local coastal areas. Saplings often pop–up in local gardens. It was first brought to the UK over 400 years ago, it was widely planted during the 18th...

Flow Point

If you have followed Flow Lane, all of the way to where it terminates at the Teign Estuary, you may have noticed a triangular plot of land on the left as you pass underneath the railway bridge, between the railway line and the estuary, signposted as a private nature...