Typical English wild flower pasture, of the type common before the advent of artificial fertiliser and insecticides. All that is required to produce and maintain this in order to prevent it reverting to woodland is to cut it for hay once a year at the end of summer.
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Photo taken in Balcombe, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH17 6QZ, UK
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