Edford Woods and Meadows
|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area of Search||Somerset|
|Area||54.3 hectares (0.543 km2; 0.210 sq mi)|
|Natural England website|
Edford Woods and Meadows (grid reference ) is a 54.3 hectare (134.1 acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest, between Nettlebridge, Holcombe and Stoke St Michael, Somerset, notified in 1957.
The forests in Edford Wood are dominated by Ash and Alder trees, with Pendunculate Oak and Sessile Oak growing there as well. Hazel and other plants form a lush and varied undergrowth, with different species living in the moist soil of the valley floor rather than in the drier soil further up the hill sides. The rare herb monk's hood grows in abundance in the region.