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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    I don't know this for sure and googling isn't super helpful. It really just states the obvious that there are so many different lichen species and you would need to identify which one you had to confirm whether it had toxic properties or not.

    I presume you've got some lichen on the Apple sticks? We get lichen on ours and also on the Ash branches. I still feed them with the lichen on, but I'm not sure whether it's safe to do so.
    Yes, I googled and found the same! Iíve also fed apple sticks with some lichen on without any ill effects but canít say itís definitely safe.

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    We went out on our bikes down our normal forage route and I saw a wildie run out and binky away from me. It was so cute! Dennis gives me binkies at breakfast time

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    We went out on our bikes down our normal forage route and I saw a wildie run out and binky away from me. It was so cute! Dennis gives me binkies at breakfast time

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    Nothing better than a binkying bunny

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    I also googled & got similar

    lucy you Loobers, its such a treat when you see a bunny out foraging. I love that wildies have the same moves. Not as grand as Tobys but there were some super wildie sploofers near my old house

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    any idea what the green spiky plant (bottom left) growing in my buns herb garden is

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    any idea what the green spiky plant (bottom left) growing in my buns herb garden is

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    I've no idea Does it feel spiky or just look it? It's grown quite large hasn't it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    I've no idea Does it feel spiky or just look it? It's grown quite large hasn't it.
    I moved it there last year thinking it was knapweed, I don't know why. it came up with roots during our lovely hot summer last year

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    looks rather than feels spikey

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