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Thread: Native plant identification.

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    Native plant identification.

    Came across this a while ago. Good piece of info.
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    Its also not the finest firewood around if thats any help.

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    Must of been written by a genious
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    read that 3 times fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Must of been written by a genious
    Much more cleverer than you and me Dundee. It makes me green with envy. so much so that I am seeing red and feeling blue
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    I had flash backs of sitting School C when I read that.
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    No mention of the Silver beech...

    which can have bark that sometimes looks gold or black

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    Pretty sure that Birch and Beech are very different species anyway.
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    The only 2 native species of plant I am interested in when in the bush is industrial strength stinging nettle and bush lawyer as it can f--k me up big time if I get caught in amongst it, other than that I'm not too concerned about the others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mm Rem Mag View Post
    The only 2 native species of plant I am interested in when in the bush is industrial strength stinging nettle and bush lawyer as it can f--k me up big time if I get caught in amongst it, other than that I'm not too concerned about the others.
    You can add spear grass to that list too.
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    and be bloody careful what you use as bush toilet paper !

    on a similar note my flatmates girlfriend used to come around constantly. now that was fine but she never contributed a cent despite showering till all the hot water was gone, leaving a mess everywhere, turning on heaters then leaving windows on, leaving door unlocked etc etc..
    so one day she comes in and her face is swollen, explained that she had a cold and a workmate had lent her some tissues that contained aloe vera. she found out the hard way she was allergic.
    so next day i changed all the toilet rolls including the spares under the sink to aloe vera.
    i swear she could hardly walk for 2 weeks. i didnt see much of her after that.

    ok, i am evil...............but i like it
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonetropo View Post
    and be bloody careful what you use as bush toilet paper !

    on a similar note my flatmates girlfriend used to come around constantly. now that was fine but she never contributed a cent despite showering till all the hot water was gone, leaving a mess everywhere, turning on heaters then leaving windows on, leaving door unlocked etc etc..
    so one day she comes in and her face is swollen, explained that she had a cold and a workmate had lent her some tissues that contained aloe vera. she found out the hard way she was allergic.
    so next day i changed all the toilet rolls including the spares under the sink to aloe vera.
    i swear she could hardly walk for 2 weeks. i didnt see much of her after that.

    ok, i am evil...............but i like it
    Now I am curious to know what effect it would have had on the more important bits she has.... Can't expect it to be a good look ha.

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    oh she could hardly move and 100% sure the flatmate wasnt getting playtime
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    juju lips!!!!!! thats a nasty nasty LOL.
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