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  • Jungle Jane
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    A cream & black 14 spot ladybird also enjoying the aphid buffet
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  • Jungle Jane
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    Two ladybirds deciding to breed all over the runner beans,there’s enough aphids here for our kingdom one says to the other -
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  • Jungle Jane
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    Two peacock butterflies on a buddleia bud each & this one came over for a chat
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  • burnie
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    Not seeing many butterflies up here this year, though some flowers and the buddleia are late flowering.

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  • Jungle Jane
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    Peacock butterfly on my potato bag today
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    Polytunnel frog
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  • burnie
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    A Yellowhammer singing "a little bit of bread and no cheese"
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  • Jungle Jane
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    This red admiral butterfly liked our house today
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  • quanglewangle
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    ... but quite tasty.
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    Some while back Mrs quanglewangle and I were walking with American friends above Aspen, Colorado in the summer. When we stopped for our picnic we started to eat some wild strawberries. The Americans rushed over screaming "Don't eat berries! YOU WILL DIE!"

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  • quanglewangle
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    Had a walk round one of the local lochs today and found quite a lot of wild raspberries, small the size of peas but quite tasty.
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    Wild strawberries are a bit of a weed in our boarders. I get rather conflicted scoffing the berries then yanking the plants out.

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  • burnie
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    Had a walk round one of the local lochs today and found quite a lot of wild raspberries, small the size of peas but quite tasty.
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  • Jay22
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    Originally posted by quanglewangle View Post

    Are you leaving out wine for them?
    So that’s the trick!!

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  • burnie
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    I have a feeling if they banned slug pellets there might be more Thrushes around, plenty up here in our village, there's only 3 of us grow veggies and don't use pellets.

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  • quanglewangle
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    Originally posted by Jay22 View Post
    Lovely photo, you don’t see thrushes very often here.
    Are you leaving out wine for them?

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  • Jay22
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    Lovely photo, you don’t see thrushes very often here.

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