Nature quest factsheets


Grow Wild has been working alongside the Woodland Trust and Kew Scientists to create fantastic factsheets to help you go on a nature quest this Spring.

Join us outside and take notice of UK native species of wildflower and tree, and watch their emergence as the seasons shift.

Bluebell
Ash tree
Garlic mustard
Oxeye daisy
English oak tree
Silver birch tree

Bluebell wood

Download the bluebell factsheet
  • Have you seen any beautiful bluebells yet this Spring?
  • Take a photo to share with friends and @GrowWildUK online using #bluebell and #NatureQuest
  • Sign up to Nature's Calendar and let the Woodland Trust know when and where you saw bluebells first flowering this year.

Ash tree canopy

Download the ash tree factsheet
  • Have you seen new leaves on an ash tree yet this Spring?
  • Take a photo to share with friends and @GrowWildUK online using #ash and #NatureQuest
  • Sign up to Nature's Calendar and let the Woodland Trust know when and where you saw your first leaf on an ash tree this year.

Garlic mustard

Download the garlic mustard factsheet
  • Have you seen any pungent garlic mustard yet this Spring?
  • Take a photo to share with friends and @GrowWildUK online using #garlicmustard and #NatureQuest
  • Sign up to Nature's Calendar and let the Woodland Trust know when and where you saw garlic mustard first flowering this year.

Oxeye daisy

Download the oxeye daisy factsheet
  • Have you seen any oxeye daisies swaying in the breeze yet this Spring?
  • Take a photo to share with friends and @GrowWildUK online using #oxeyedaisy and #NatureQuest
  • Sign up to Nature's Calendar and let the Woodland Trust know when and where you saw oxeye daisies first flowering this year.

English oak leaves

Download the English oak factsheet
  • Have you seen any leaves on any noble English oaks yet this Spring?
  • Take a photo to share with friends and @GrowWildUK online using #englishoak and #NatureQuest
  • Sign up to Nature's Calendar and let the Woodland Trust know when and where you saw your first leaf on an English oak tree this year.

Silver birch bark

Download the silver birch factsheet
  • Have you seen any leaves on any silver birch trees yet this Spring?
  • Take a photo to share with friends and @GrowWildUK online using #silverbirch and #NatureQuest
  • Sign up to Nature's Calendar and let the Woodland Trust know when and where you saw your first leaf on an silver birch tree this year.