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  1. What about sweet chestnut
  2. Cotoneaster probably cornubia
  3. auger a hole smaller than post size
  4. I think it was called caseron g but it’s banned now
  5. Forestboy sounds like you have made your mind up more positive than negative good luck
  6. Sometimes you need a second chance as you weren’t quite ready for the first So tell them to shape up or find another job
  7. Do your 3 day course first and see how you feel about it after that but that can’t gain you much experience that comes from watching experienced climbers and climbing more and more yourself good luck and all the best
  8. You did groundsmen work a long time ago what makes you think that you can climb trees and have taken work on in June good luck if it works but you are 30 now will you body take it and make you anywhere near 75 grand a year all the best
  9. Could be anything that early on But looks like herbaceous perennial not a shrub Peony does look promising as said above
  10. Looks like a variety of malus Maybe profusion
  11. Viburnum tinus I would say


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