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    Dennis would like to know if you can identify this grass? He thanks you I'm advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Dennis would like to know if you can identify this grass? He thanks you I'm advance

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    Tell Dennis he's a little tinker I suspect he actually knows what it is!

    My grass identification project this year is actually in respect of grasses native to the UK and which, therefore, appear in my field guide.

    The grass, which Dennis has photographed, is actually a grass native to South America and so could not be identified from my book

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Dennis would like to know if you can identify this grass? He thanks you I'm advance

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    Reminds me of the ‘throw your keys into the centre’

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    I didn't predict that one, though I should have. Do Dennis & Syrup throw in their train keys after an elderflower gin? Rudey n Mouse are curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I didn't predict that one, though I should have. Do Dennis & Syrup throw in their train keys after an elderflower gin? Rudey n Mouse are curious
    Dennis says he would like to but he would require a system of weights and pullies due to dodderyness

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Dennis says he would like to but he would require a system of weights and pullies due to dodderyness

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    Rather like me, then.

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    another for you Omi - note no nibbling has occurred

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    This one not so easy I think it's Yorkshire Fog, but it could also be one of the Meadow Grasses.

    Btw haven't Grasses sometimes got super names

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    This one not so easy I think it's Yorkshire Fog, but it could also be one of the Meadow Grasses.

    Btw haven't Grasses sometimes got super names
    Yes - I love forage names too . thanking you .

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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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