Ask Somerset's Plants | Cheddar by Feral Practice published on 2019-10-05T16:51:37Z 5.10.19 - We are delighted to release the third and final podcast for Ask Somerset's Plants. Podcast 3: Cheddar Feral Practice and Marcus Coates are in conversation with botanist Liz McDonnell Recording took place in Kings Wood and in various locations in Cheddar Gorge. Questions addressed and plants discussed: Guinevere King - How do I accept my uniqeness without berating myself for being so different to everyone else? Plants: Autumn Crocus (Naked Ladies), Cheddar Whitebeam. Anonymous - In earlier days when I had no money, I thought having some would be enough to keep me happy. Now I have money, property and good fortune. I am extremely happy, but I still seek to add to my assets in the late summer of my life. What is it about the human species that keeps us striving? Plants: Wild Garlic, Ancient Lime trees. Penny Elphick - Fleeting ideas are often the most creative, but how to capture them and make them stand still, that is the question. Plants: Wood Avens.