South Northumberland: John Richards & Megs Rogers.
North Northumberland: Chris Metherell & James Common. James can also be contacted by 'phone on 07496 333 176.
Visit our website, the Flora of North-east England
County Recorder's report
Read the 2021 report for vc67.
Read the 2020 report for vc67.
Rare Plant Registers
South Northumberland RPR 2020 update (v.c. 67)
North Northumberland RPR (v.c. 68)
South Northumberland is a botanically rich county. It is the eighth largest vice county and has a wide variety of habitats including large areas of blanket bog; whin grasslands; large natural lakes; area of metallophyte flora; vast moors, upland hay meadows and ancient woodlands.
The local natural history scene is vibrant and includes the Northumbrian Wildlife Trust, the Natural History Society of Northumberland and a local record centre. There are also specialist groups for all kinds of organisms.
South Northumberland was the birth place of William Turner (c.1508 – 1568), sometimes refered to as the Father of English Botany. Paris quadrifolia still grows in Cottingwood where he wrote it grew in 1551.