nature reserve along the bike path between Lund and Södra Sandby, with a rich flora. In the spring bloom Bird's-eye Primrose and Globeflower. Managed by grazing and haymaking.

May 16, 20222:
Empty parking lot. Great. The parking lot is not large, there aren't that many visitors in the middle of the week. Walk the cycle track goes west. Green tunnel. Bird-cherry tree flowers. Coming soon to Sularpskärret, doesn't look any special from the cycle track. But when you get over the stile, there is a lot to see. Many water avens. In the western part is a quantity of globeflower, and bird's-eye primrose. On the slope in the southeast there is a marsh-marigold. Bogbean in the wet central part, cuckoo flower in the eastern part. Many who cycle past without looking this way. A few stops and reads the sign, but then cycles on. Good, otherwise it would probably have been trampled here. It is enough that we are here. It can be seen that others have walked around. One must be careful where to put your feet down. We don't have any coffee with us today, we drive to Fröknarna Russells Café. A farm along the road between Södra Sandby and Lund. Slightly old-fashioned decor, we sit outside. o other guests. We have tea and waffles.

28 May 2021:
Chestnut blooms in the parking lot. Goes west on the bike path. Buttercup and rapeseed bloom along the road. Walks across the stile into the wetland south as the bike path. Bogbean blooms in the wet. Also finds some specimens of Butterwort. Have not seen any of them here before. Several stands of Water Avens. Single Marsh-marigold. It is wet so you have to see where you put your feet so as not to step on anything. What you mainly want to see here is globeflower and Bird's-eye Primrose. There is an abundance of them. Large fields. In the midst of our admiration for the splendor, it begins to cloud up and rain. There were no signs. We skip the coffee and the northern part of the reserve. In the north, there are anyway cows. Dark threatening clouds. Goes back to the car.

20 May 2020:
During the visit earlier this year, Globeflower did not bloom. We make another attempt today. Cows graze in the northern part, and also in the eastern part south of the cycle path. From the bike path, something yellow and purple can be seen by the marsh on the south side, where no cows walk yet. Promising. Wonderfully. Large stocks with Globeflower and Bird's-eye Primrose. It's the most magnificent now. The cuckoo is heard. Nightingale sounds. Just to walk around and enjoy the splendor. You have to be careful and not step on anything. The marsh is wetter this time, avoid it. Many who pass on the bike path, some stop to read on the information sign. But no one visits the nature reserve. Maybe good it, can easily be trampled. We spread a blanket in a dry place without any visible flowers. Coffee and cake, sunshine, Bird's-eye Primrose, globeflower. Cows graze on the other side of the fence. Can it get better. Yes, looking in on the north side. At the edge, cowslip and Meadow Saxifrage bloom. Goes back to the car we parked in the parking lot to Fågelsångsdalen. Keeps the corona distance to other people on the bike path.

April 28, 2020:
Puts the car in the parking lot to Fågelsångsdalen. Then walk towards Lund on the bike path between Lund and Södra Sandby. The cherry trees are in bloom. After a kilometer we arrive at Sularpskärret. A small nature reserve with a small marsh with Bird's-eye Primrose and Globeflower. Hope to see something. Walks across the marsh to the marsh south of the bike path. Pretty dry, not much in bloom. But find some Bird's-eye Primrose. Some Water Avens. Globeflower has leaves so far. A stand with Cuckooflower. Sloe flowers. Goes over to the northern part of the reserve. Some Meadow Saxifrage blossoms and Marsh-marigold. In the middle is a shrubbery on a small hill. A few Cowslip. Meadow Saxifrage blossoms bloom in the meadow. A beautiful grass. Sitting for a while on a hill framed by flowering sloe. There are small Spring Cinquefoil. Looking up at the hill with the bush in the central part. Hm, something yellow. What is it? A carpet of cowslip. Fantastic, in this place? We go back satisfied.

May 7, 2011:
A beautiful spring day, a day for a bike ride. The tour goes to Sularpskärret Nature Reserve, which is split in two halves by the cycle track between Lund and Södra Sandby. Sets the cycle at the bridge over the brook Sularpsbäcken. A stile leads into the southern part, which contains a rich marsh with a beautiful flora. On the edge grows yellow flowers that I forgot what it is. The marsh is sensitive to trampling, but it's rather dry right now, so I walk carefully around. A family comes and sits down in the grass for a picnic. Marsh-marigold is in bloom, and Water Avens. One for me unknown beautiful grass tussocks. Bird's-eye Primrose bloom. Oh! My favorite flower Globeflower is yellow and proud. It is a small but nice nature reserve, this side is managed by haymaking by the Nature Conservation.

Turning to the north, in there one get by climbing over a stile. Here it is drier. A meadow with Meadow buttercup bloom. Blackthorn is in full bloom. Sit down on a low hill and have coffee. Looking out over a meadow. Around flowers a few Cowslips and Water Avens. Meadow Saxifrage stretches.  Spring Cinquefoil creeps shyly on the ground. A nice moment. Through the reserve flows Sularpsbäcken. Under the bridge has somebody put plastic bags. Bicycles happy with the trip back home. From the highway, I look down towards the reserve, with a grove of trees behind. It does not look so exotic. But nice it is.