Cleeve Hill SSSI, Somerset

Cleeve Hill SSSI, Somerset

Cleeve Hill is a 15.1 hectare (37.4 acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Somerset, notified in 1989.

Cleeve Hill supports a rich and diverse calcareous grassland community with associated mixed woodland and scrub. The site contains two species of plant which are nationally rare in Great Britain, Nit-grass (Gastridium ventricosum) and Rough Marsh-mallow (Althaea hirsuta).


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