Such fun gi’s and gals
A crop of Magpie Inkcaps (Coprinus picaceus) popped up this autumn in the woodchip path, quite fascinating. The emerging fruiting
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The north wind did blow and we had snow
In the pre sunrise up on Lansdown just north of Bath, the snow grey light gave an eerie start to
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My autumnal predictions were too early
But now the cold has come in again, plants such as the species impatiens that looked OK a few weeks
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Beside the seaside
Growing out of pebbles, no soil at all. Glaucium flavum or Horned Poppy because the long seed pods are like
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Who put the lights out?
The streetlight is still on when I wake in the mornings now and it is getting dark at 8:00pm. This
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Autumn enters stage left
Why? Because the first fitful blooms of Cyclamen hederifolium have appeared at the base of a birch tree. The weather
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