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  1. What knots do you teach your groundies?

    NOT to do this Not to do that
  2. poisonous tree species

    Fig Tree sap can cause burns/blisters
  3. My Last Climbing Hurrah !

    Yes I've been thinking about it lately. Cheers for the heads up.
  4. 30th Anniversary

    This looks an interesting book on the devastation to the landscape.
  5. My Last Climbing Hurrah !

    Great article
  6. Underwater Trees

    Sadly not mine but going for a dive there is now on my bucket list!
  7. Underwater Trees

    Green Lake in Austria, During winter, the lake is only 1–2 m (3–7 ft) deep and the surrounding area is used as a county park. However, in spring, when the temperature rises and snow melts, the basin of land below the mountains fills with water.
  8. The Hidden Heath

    Great article
  9. Oak Tree infestation

    And the tree will be fine
  10. Oak Tree infestation

    Silk Button Gall Wasp? http://www.naturespot.org.uk/species/silk-button-gall-wasp
  11. Dealing with cavities

    Yea you're right.
  12. Dealing with cavities

    Umm yea .....I did post a cheeky winking emoji but it wouldn't let me post until said emoji was removed.
  13. Dealing with cavities

    Really??? I dhave thought you would have known it was old science just by reading it. The book is from the 1920's btw.
  14. Taken from the book 'Ornamental Trees for Amateurs' by W.J.Bean who was curator at Kew Gardens. Some good advice here lads.


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