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42 of 52 - Part 6


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42 of 52 - Part 6

3 May 2014 8:12PM   Views : 401 Unique : 298

More life.

Back in the yard this morning to take another few images of the assortment of plant life growing in the brickwork of the yard wall.

.....a few seedlings, of what I don't know

..... the start of a Dandelion type plant.

..... and a Beech tree sapling. Which has quite a foothold, tried to dislodge it with no effect. I think I'll start to train it as a Bonsai.

There are other tree species, a Rowan and an Elder shrub, images of which I may take and post the morn.

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