start with the cameras icon, reduce the size of the photo. I reduce mine to 30% of original
My laburnums look really naff from the time they finish flowering.
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I want to go in spring. Maybe we should have another group trip
I can recommend the Brie and cranberry sandwiches.
I like rhus Mike, though I know it can be a thug. The one in the photo was one of many suckers. I tried growing it but the deer liked it as a rubbing post and it was too young to cope.
just Ace Hazel
I've never been in Spring chicky. Perhaps on the list for next year.
Are there any more photos showing the leaves more clearly?
My first thought was Cotoneaster 'Rothschildianus from the fruits and the shape of the tree but the leaves don't look quite right so probably as Bob suggests. Have a look at images of both and see what you think
Great day thanks Dove
He does look happy MU,
It was great, perfect weather, sun (hazy at times) and so still.
I trust the Woodland Trust. But only because it agrees with what I think
Lots of acers
Aster tradescantii, tall, upright, no mildew and buzzing with bees
Rudbeckia fulgida var deamii