Royal Botanical Gardens

Data taken from Weiler (2009), pages 11-13
This plot is located on a very steep slope and three small streams flow through its centre. 

In 2009, the site appeared to be recovering quite well from a severe gypsy moth infestation throughout 2006 and 2007. The predominant regenerative species are White Ash and Sugar Maple, growing along the stream-banks and areas where canopy gaps have been created by fallen trees.

Garlic mustard was observed in two of the quadrats and in the surrounding forest.

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