Monthly Archives: September 2011

Getting ready for Winter

Got some free horse manure, so now I have to fork it out and put around me fruit and nut trees. Its a bit too fresh and not well composted, but beggars cannot be choosers. Applying it thinly around the … Continue reading

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Typical Juglandaceae Nut Shells and Leaf Count for ID’ing

Juglandaceae is the family name that encompasses Walnuts, Hickory, Butternut, Heartnut, Pecans etc etc. To ID many of the species its the leaflet count that narrows it down. You can then go onto leaf scars and shoot tip colouring etc. … Continue reading

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Winwick Village Fete 2011 (Northamptonshire)

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Sunday 4th September 2011 and its the bi-annual fete at Winwick village in Northamptonshire. The black clouds were ominous and it was still raining at midday, but by 2pm the rain had lifted and it became a very pleasant afternoon.

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