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    Yes, it's one of the first blossoms that doesn't...

    Yes, it's one of the first blossoms that doesn't smell like cat wee :lol: Ours are all over now: our own tree didn't flower this year, or hasn't yet maybe. Bunnies were lucky yesterday: there was a...
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    Mmm, yes: we should clear out our willow stores...

    Mmm, yes: we should clear out our willow stores from 2yrs ago :lol: If we get around to pruning the summer raspberries in time then maybe we'll give drying them a go :)
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    Mine eat it when it's young, ossibly because it's...

    Mine eat it when it's young, ossibly because it's new and exciting ad there's limited anything else freesh and green (see also buddleia :lol: I nearly had them eating it!) but I stop as soon as I see...
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    Thankyou :D We have a lot of the bottom version...

    Thankyou :D We have a lot of the bottom version around :S Our creeping buttercup is really rounded as well, moreso than 'usual', so i suspect Nottingham has a lot of roundy plants :lol:

    I've given...
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    Wood avens or creeping buttercup, or one of each?...

    Wood avens or creeping buttercup, or one of each? Google photos so I've added the URLs too.
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    It's weird, isn't it! SOme days it'll be all...

    It's weird, isn't it! SOme days it'll be all sticky-up and others it'll just be normal with Lopsy.
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    Elegant and lazy! :lol: Ours have to work for...

    Elegant and lazy! :lol: Ours have to work for theirs: here's the forest we created for them a few days ago:
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    That link's really useful, thankyou! I thought it...

    That link's really useful, thankyou! I thought it was creping buttercup but that seems more pointy :)
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    Bunnies have a forage bonanza of pulled-up grass,...

    Bunnies have a forage bonanza of pulled-up grass, hebe*, deadnettle and a ew other bits and pieces as the OH cleared the sides of the lawn today :) We also gave them some lilac as we read that it...
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    We've been out in the garden the past 2 days and...

    We've been out in the garden the past 2 days and the bunnies 'joined us' on the lawn and enjoyed safe pruning i.e honeysuckle, deadnettle, blackcurrant. Today they got dug up dandelions and ate the...
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    She had a good go at everything, then went...

    She had a good go at everything, then went outside to see what was happening :D It's very weird having a bunny so... unfussed about food! XD

    I REALLY want to let them outside on to the lawn: we...
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    Hemlock moves around though, or at least does...

    Hemlock moves around though, or at least does around here.

    It's so warm this winter, most things are still growing. I got a huge pile yesterday:
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    We can get decent grass all year along the canal,...

    We can get decent grass all year along the canal, but if it's a prolonged cold spell (or snow-cover from longer than a couple of days) it goes yellower, browner, and limper :S Bunnies don't care...
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    Only in gardens, the weeds are mental :lol: We've...

    Only in gardens, the weeds are mental :lol: We've got better raspberries the other side of the front wall on the footpath next to the road!
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    Mine love yarrow, especially dried! :lol: ...

    Mine love yarrow, especially dried! :lol:

    Council or someone had a spree of cutting stuff down so the bunnies were inundated with half-dried hazel and hawthorn. They're not fussed by hawthorn at...
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    Found a humongous patch of hemlock, well, lots of...

    Found a humongous patch of hemlock, well, lots of spread out patches, so I'm thinking of making a video with a comparison as there's loads of cow parsley nearby too:D
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    Cool! I finally clocked some new stuff last year...

    Cool! I finally clocked some new stuff last year :D Can't remember what because it's in my head now :lol:

    I've had all the usual stuff in abundance this year except ribwort plantain. I think...
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    Violets! Great ground cover, lovely flowers,...

    Violets! Great ground cover, lovely flowers, bunny safe, great in shade, almost any ground condition, ticking all the boxes :D Wallflowers are great but really invasive, and not great in quantity:...
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    Might be a flowering blackcurrant: looks just...

    Might be a flowering blackcurrant: looks just like mine, which also has small black berries (currants) and they're relatively partial to it :)
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    Anyone tried drying chickweed? There's a TON of...

    Anyone tried drying chickweed? There's a TON of the most awesome-looking chickweed by the canal and I'm hoping to snaffle the lot* before the frost gets it, but there's no way the buns should be...
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    Lopsy's opinion of stinging nettle was 'a bit too...

    Lopsy's opinion of stinging nettle was 'a bit too spicy*' :lol: Poor Lopsy! They were quite well-liked when dried though, less spicy. White dead nettles are very common here and a firm favourite...
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    I suspect the wild rabbits who don't eat 'mostly...

    I suspect the wild rabbits who don't eat 'mostly grass' quickly perish :thumb: That was my response to the OH wondering why there's any bramble left in the wild over winter around here, given our...
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    Anyone else been unable so far to stock up on...

    Anyone else been unable so far to stock up on non-bush forage for winter? The long dry summer really did for it round here and while it is coming back, I don't know if I'll be able to gather much...
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    Field maple I think :thumb:

    Field maple I think :thumb:
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    Certainly looks like golden rod to me :) The...

    Certainly looks like golden rod to me :) The little leaves I can see in the picture (practically centre of the image) look right, as do the flower spikes.
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