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Win Green Hillside
England

Win Green, near Shaftsbury, is the highest point of Cranborne Chase, a royal hunting ground until the 1820's. The National Trust purchased the land in memory of the writer Thomas Hardy. A stunning variety of chalk-loving wild flowers grow on this protected hillside.

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Tags: uk; england; nature; wild-flower; wild; flower; countryside; cranborne; chase; tollard royal; salisbury; south; west; national trust; hardy; chalk
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