A conservation project to save the juniper bush in lowland England appears to be working, according to the charity Plantlife.
Three hundred juniper seedlings are now growing at nine sites, where existing juniper bushes were old and incapable of reproducing.
The project has involved trialling new techniques on the chalk and limestone of lowland southern England.
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The Lowland England Juniper Project was funded by Natural England, Biffaward and Buckinghamshire County Council, with additional funding from the HDH Wills Charitable Trust.