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Shoutouts Archive (5th June 2021)

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5th June 2021

Helen 22:40

What an interesting sky now.

Helen 22:06

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Helen 22:06

Our hawthornes here or mostly of the red variety. But I love the white ones. So happy to see this one.

Helen 22:04

Good question, "B" about spirea. The first time I saw the "May" in England it reminded me of spirea the way the blossoms hang and fall, but I think it probably is a NOrth American species. So happy to hear that Dan has a "May" - it is my favorite tree, I think. And now we know where the 'rowan' is, too.

Neil 21:38

By Golly...Baaa! that grass must taste good , with the speed at which it is being munched away at the moment.!

Neil 21:31

Many thanks from me too, Dan, for doing what oyu can in helping the Wildlife as well as of course looking after your lovely sheep & Family...

"B" 18:45

Thank you Dan for leaving the dead tree, I have a dead Rowan tree in my garden which I refuse to move...I think it succumed to the neigbour`s "Round-up" Is Spiriea not native to North America

Dan 18:06

not to mention lots of invertebrates too!

Dan 18:05

There's also another third sycamore though it is dead and we have left it in situ as it's a wonderful habitat and roosting spot for various birds

Dan 18:02

Well spotted! It is a hawthorn bush also along that hedge side are 2 beech trees, a lime, a rowan, 2 x sycamore and a field maple, and a crab apple.

"B" 17:58

Probably a Hawthorn, "May" bush which grooows wild in UK & very hardy.

Helen 16:47

I;ve been watching that bush. It's lovely. Looks like spirea but it might be 'may'?

Helen 14:46

And it's beautiful this morning, too.

Ric 13:53

Yes, you are right; a very gravid bush indeed.

Neil 10:49

Good Morning Everyone, on another dry day, & if I see correctly, a tree showing it's lovely blossom along the hedgerow to the right.. Enjoy Your Day....

Ric 10:19

Morning!

Susan 08:57

Morning All

Cindy 08:48

Hello

Milly 07:57

Morning Helen and all.

Helen 06:31

Good morning, all. What a beautiful day.

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