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January 16, 2013

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Graham Spencer

Hahaha! Sloes giving year-round interest in liquid form! Brilliant!

Graham Rice

Absolutely, Graham - three seasons of "interest"! Flowers, fruits, and the lovely sloe gin. You could also say that with the birds attracted to the fruits and the spiny branches popular as nesting sites there are two different seasons of wildlife interest as well! Quite the plant...

Diane C

When I bought my house, the bushes in front were bare. I loved them when the green leaves came and was pleasantly shocked when they turned a brilliant red with the onset of autumn. Hope I'll find others in your book.

Graham Rice

You'll plenty more examples in the book, Diane, I hope you enjoy it.

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