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October 17, 2011


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Restless Native

Thank you for showing me what this is. It has had me stumped for some time. Amazing it's on the front of a book, it is not mentioned inside though.
Now I know,cheers.

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Muriel the Pluriel

I came across this for the first time a couple of weeks ago. What an amazingly pretty shrub, several examples were looking magnificent covered in their pink capsules and orange seeds. I picked a sample to check them out - as well as the last of some mulberries in the same hedgerow (now they are great and as rare as hens teeth!). Have now thrown away the spindle. Thanks for this note.
We went on the forage walk with you at the Watergate food fest, must say we enjoyed it. Hope to join you for a full forage 2014. Happy xmas.

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