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Parasitic on the roots of the hazel is found the curious leafless Lathraea Squamaria or toothwort.
Notable species include toothwort, rough horsetail and wood melick.
Hazel is dominant with occasional oaks; there is a rich ground flora and the parasitic toothwort has also been recorded.
Rare species recorded for the site include wood vetch, toothwort, bird's-nest orchid and juniper.