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35 minutes ago, the village idiot said:

That be a hazel.

It be that !

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1 hour ago, Rory F said:

Thanks all. No joke I'm afraid. I don't know my trees or my nuts.

Very brave and honest retort . This is the first lesson . Log it in . 👍

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2 hours ago, Stere said:

Turkish jobbie?

 

 

They have quite mutant looking fruit . K

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Turkish jobbie?
 
 

Turkish hazel has very different bark, grey and a bit ridged, the nut is held in an alien like cup.
Got one down the road, I’ll photo it one day
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