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    Default Identify the grass on my bunnies head

    This one is for lucky Omi - & anyone else capable of playing along

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    It's green

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Yard Bunnies View Post
    It's green
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    Is the top one plantain ? the other is just-grass !
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    Not 100% as I'm only an amateur at this

    Pic 1 - Timothy Pic 2 - might be ****'s Foot aka Orchard Grass (there appears to be a gap in the seed head though - nibbled by bunny?) and Pic 3 - one of the Fescues, Red Fescue I think.

    We have all three here in the garden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Not 100% as I'm only an amateur at this

    Pic 1 - Timothy Pic 2 - might be ****'s Foot aka Orchard Grass (there appears to be a gap in the seed head though - nibbled by bunny?) and Pic 3 - one of the Fescues, Red Fescue I think.

    We have all three here in the garden
    wahey - I'm impressed (as I hope you were by the presentation)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    wahey - I'm impressed (as I hope you were by the presentation)
    Yes, exceptionally well presented Tell Rudey though it's helpful for identification purposes if he doesn't eat part of the seed head first!

    I presume you realise what's been starred out I hope I'm not going to be infracted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Yes, exceptionally well presented Tell Rudey though it's helpful for identification purposes if he doesn't eat part of the seed head first!

    I presume you realise what's been starred out I hope I'm not going to be infracted
    We don't infract for swearing and the swear filter showing up is fine - I've just realised what it's meant to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Not 100% as I'm only an amateur at this

    Pic 1 - Timothy Pic 2 - might be ****'s Foot aka Orchard Grass (there appears to be a gap in the seed head though - nibbled by bunny?) and Pic 3 - one of the Fescues, Red Fescue I think.

    We have all three here in the garden
    Absolutely not a scooby re grass ID, but I am shocked that Omi must have used a naughty word to have been zapped by the RU ' No Swearing Police' !!
    I AM NOW POSTING AS 'InspectorMorse' BECAUSE A TECHNICAL PROBLEM HAS LOCKED ME OUT OF MY 'Jack's-Jane' ACCOUNT ON SOME DEVICES !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Absolutely not a scooby re grass ID, but I am shocked that Omi must have used a naughty word to have been zapped by the RU ' No Swearing Police' !!
    I know I am so embarrassed and ashamed And I've been trying so hard too since the reminder

    I'll need to find a way to remove this blemish on my previously untarnished character

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