2021 digs - greg27

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Quick wander today with the camera, luckily I took my dig tools along too because I found this ash.

That's probably enough trees for this season... until the club olive dig at the end of the month :palm:
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Yea I know, I have a problem, but who could say no to that bark?
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Nice dig


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greg27 wrote: August 1st, 2021, 6:11 pm That's probably enough trees for this season...

:? :palm: :tu:
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Great score Greg, really lovely bark, are they all ash?
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SquatJar wrote: August 8th, 2021, 8:34 pm :? :palm: :tu:
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KIRKY wrote: August 8th, 2021, 8:37 pm Great score Greg, really lovely bark, are they all ash?
Yep desert ash. I'm in love with their craggy bark.
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A few quick snaps just to prove I can keep things alive as well as dig them out.
big ugly ash.jpg
Big ugly ash, which I'm pretty excited about.
grape.jpg
Grapevine.
wisteria.jpg
One of the big wisteria stumps.
small ash.jpg
One of the smaller ash - most of these have some growth now.
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One of three almonds, which I'm now pretty certain are almonds based on the leaves.
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That possible Almond is going great! Lots of choices on that one :tu:
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I had this wisteria shoved right at the back of my bench and almost missed the flowers.
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And, for the sake of contrast, this pomegranate (a gift from the lovely terryb)
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