Rather cold (9 degrees at midday) and with a thin mist everywhere. I only made a quick visit to Emthree, but rediscovered the wild privet in Medlar Wood though it is well hidden in a tangle of tutsan and brambles. The second privet is also doing well in the north east corner of the area but neither plant grows very quickly.
Looking back through past entries in early March, I noted that rabbits used to eat the pendulous sedge plant in Medlar Wood. It does not seem to have suffered that fate this year, though it woulkd grow better if it had a little more light.