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    Thanks Omi. I never knew cowparley could have...

    Thanks Omi. I never knew cowparley could have completely purple stems so now I'm aware I shall stop avoiding them.

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    While you're on the subject of hemlock and cows...

    While you're on the subject of hemlock and cows parsley.

    I can identify both if they fit into their littler categories. But I keep finding the same looking plants that have a completely purple...
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    Thank you very much. At least with a name other...

    Thank you very much. At least with a name other than Dogwood I might have better luck finding some proper information.

    Eta: I may try them with a little once the leaves are gone. At the end of the...
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    Omi, here is a picture of the plant :) ...

    Omi, here is a picture of the plant :)

    http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20161101/d6dff63bfe8f1f8e380d51a31a534303.jpg

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    Trying to find it, it was on another forum so not...

    Trying to find it, it was on another forum so not sure if I'll be able to track it down again. They didn't have any info backing up their claim, other than that they feed it with no issues. .......
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    I can't find anything online either, apart from...

    I can't find anything online either, apart from dogwood tree bark is safe... but I guess as they're two different plants etc it could be completely different.

    It took me a while to find the name...
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    Red-Barked Dogwood hedge.... is it safe? Sent...

    Red-Barked Dogwood hedge.... is it safe?

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    Good luck. I'm sure they'll grow fine. Mine are...

    Good luck. I'm sure they'll grow fine. Mine are really slow growing but they're in little soil so that explains why.

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    https://www.thehayexperts.co.uk/edibles/grow-your-...

    https://www.thehayexperts.co.uk/edibles/grow-your-own.html

    hope the link helps :)
    I've got the dandelions & the plantin growing in cat litter trays in the back garden. Looks brilliant when people...
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    If it'll help you to know, I was bringing forage...

    If it'll help you to know, I was bringing forage home to the rabbits even when they hadn't had their VHD2 vaccine. I just made sure there was no bird dropping on it that I could see. They didn't get...
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    I think the last is a member of the ivy family...

    I think the last is a member of the ivy family but not 100% sure. We've got it going crazy trying to get over the fences, I never let the bunnies touch it.

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    Bramble leaves dry out well in the oven. In fan...

    Bramble leaves dry out well in the oven. In fan oven about 80dc for 5 mins.
    Same for nettles and rose petals

    I can't dry out in my airing cupboard as not enough space so have to use the oven for...
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