Still golden buttons flowers on Ameland island


Golden buttons

Warden Marjan reports today from Ameland island in the Netherlands that golden buttons are still flowering.

The normal flowering time for this species is July-October. Golden buttons need a brackish environment; which they find on the Noordkeeg area of Ameland.

Golden buttons are originally from South Africa. In 1972, it was seen for the first time in the Netherlands; first in Flevoland province, later also elsewhere.

This video is about felling a dead poplar tree on Ameland.

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