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Top 10 Facts: Lords and Ladies
Topic Started: Feb 3 2018, 12:46 PM (96 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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Ten facts you may not know about Cuckoo Pint.


http://wildlifearticles.co.uk/top-10-facts-lords-and-ladies/
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celticsparrow-Jan
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Very interesting reading Dave,a plant to be a bit wary of with all its toxic elements.
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Eric Hardy
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An interesting read, Dave, I won't be eating any right now.
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JennyWren
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Goodness Posted Image you wonder don't you . Lots of info there Dave :thanks:
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Jane
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Yes very interesting. :yes: I know what to do when I get an unwanted visitor then :giggle:

:thanks: Dave
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JennyWren
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:girlygiggle: Jane . Lords and Ladies uninvited ;)
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Davebutterflyman
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:cwl: Jane.
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Night Owl
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An interesting read Dave, I never knew they were so toxic!

:giggle: Jane & Jen

Thank you for the link Dave :)
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Davebutterflyman
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Glad you all enjoyed the read and it is something we all see in the autumn but never really take that much notice of.
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