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Wish I could take some, but it'd be illegal to send them to Britain. Good luck finding homes!
The 'discarded and rejected seed' is often the hulls left behind after the seed kernel has been eaten.
When digging them up, remember the taproot is about 5 times longer than what's above ground! So dig very, very deep.
One person I know had a fine crop of Cannabis sativa seedlings come up under their bird table . . .
Ditto to Koelreuteria sp., most likely Koelreuteria paniculata.
To get to BC, don't you need to move back over two thousand years, not just an hour? 2,020 years to be exact . . ..
(I'll get me coat :-))
You should have a look at the UK citizenship tests - so ridiculously complex that even the vast majority of UK citizens would fail them.
Who can vote? I didn't (not being Canadian!), but I couldn't see anything that would stop me from voting? Or even voting multiple times if I...
You have both current (2020) male and female catkins [flowers] there, and also old 2019 seed 'cones'
Thanks for checking!
How long till they complete all the works of Shakespeare . . . ?
Finely serrated leaf margins - that's a character of European Arbutus species (some of which are popular garden plants in the PNW, e.g. the...
Worth adding that most hazels pollinate a month or two earlier than most alders - here, Common Hazel has nearly finished, European Alder yet to start.
As an aside, now Reynoutria japonica: http://digitale.cbnbl.org/documents/g6391.pdf
Demand your money back - they didn't comply with your instructions.
Thanks! Nice pics; sadly a species I've never met.