Wednesday, April 2

Trees


 Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett



11 comments:

  1. Fungi fascinates me, though I can't identify it. Actually, I'm not very good at identifying trees either.

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    1. It fascinates me too, Jo but like you have no idea which is which

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  2. Amazing fungi. Those look like 'Ling zhi', a valuable fungi that well known as medicinal stuff in Asia.

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  3. I'm the same as Jo though I can make out a few trees now.

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    1. That's three of us, Joanne that find fungi to be unidentifiable.

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  4. wonder if the experts ever get fungi wrong and eat a poisonous mushroom iffy subject for me I leave it to the supermarket, nice pictures Sue

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    1. I guess you could only get it wrong once, David. I'd never dare forage fungi!

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  5. Absolutely marvelous!xxx

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  6. Great photos. The fungi is most probably a variety of Trametes versicolor. I heard people say it's medicinal mushroom but I wouldn't play with it :)

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