Meadow


A forum in games clothing, this online fable experience lets old and new fans of the Shelter series come together and encounter a peculiar world.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Meadow released?

Meadow was released on 26 Oct, 2016

Who was the developer that made Meadow?

Might and Delight were the developers that made Meadow

Why is it called a meadow?

The word “meadow” comes from the Olde English “mædwe” meaning “a mown field” from the root element “me-“ meaning “to mow, cut down” – mainly because meadows in England were mowed annually for hay production.

What flowers do you find in meadows?

– grasses, such as Crested Dog’s-tail, Sweet Vernal Grass and Yorkshire Fog.
– types of daisy, including Greater Knapweed, Oxeye Daisy and Cat’s-ear.
– types of pea and vetch, like Red Clover, Bird’s-foot Trefoil, Bush Vetch and Sainfoin.

What is an example of meadow?

The definition of a meadow is a large field of grass and non-woodsy plants or flowers. A large area of grassland which is used for pasture or to grow hay is an example of a meadow.

What is a meadow called?

meadow Add to list Share. The noun meadow is another word for a hayfield, but offers a much more picturesque view as an open field of lush grass filled with butterflies and birds, with room to run. It can also refer to a piece of land found along a river.

What flowers would you find in a forest?

– Bluebell. Enchanting and iconic, bluebells are a favourite with the fairies and a sure sign spring is in full swing. …
– Bramble. Hardy and determined, the bramble uses powerful roots to grow rapidly in almost any environment. …
– Common dog violet. …
– Cow parsley. …
– Cowslip. …
– Deadly nightshade. …
– Dog rose. …
– Dog’s mercury.

What is a wild flower meadow?

What is a wildflower meadow? It’s an area of permanent grass where wildflowers grow – not a bed of cornfield annuals like poppies nor the gold-themed flowers which were planted around the Olympic park. The reason it’s important to make the distinction is that a bed of poppies grows on fertile soil.

What flowers are in the UK?

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are represented by the rose, the shamrock, the thistle and the daffodil respectively.

What is a forest meadow?

A meadow (US: /ˈmɛd. oʊ/, med-OH; UK: /ˈmɛd. əʊ/) is an open habitat, or field, vegetated by grasses, herbs, and other non-woody plants. Trees or shrubs may sparsely populate meadows, as long as these areas maintain an open character.

What makes a field a meadow?

A meadow (US: /ˈmɛd. oʊ/, med-OH; UK: /ˈmɛd. əʊ/) is an open habitat, or field, vegetated by grasses, herbs, and other non-woody plants. Trees or shrubs may sparsely populate meadows, as long as these areas maintain an open character.