Farmland and environmental protection

muckymanor

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Sheep sorrel,/clover sorrel?
Had to google it, but yes, that's it - Wood Sorrel with the heart shaped leaves rather than the round leaves that clover has.
Have you a snap of it ,
Or when would it appear ?

Again, I got this pic from google. If I remember correctly, it will be there all summer, but early summer ones tend to be sour whereas when they get into August, they are much tastier. The flavour was in the stem of them rather than in the leaves.
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gone

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Had to google it, but yes, that's it - Wood Sorrel with the heart shaped leaves rather than the round leaves that clover has.


Again, I got this pic from google. If I remember correctly, it will be there all summer, but early summer ones tend to be sour whereas when they get into August, they are much tastier. The flavour was in the stem of them rather than in the leaves.
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I had never heard it called "Cuckoo Charlie", but was just an educated guess from your description.
I love it early in the spring when it is very sour, very refreshing.
 

Bog Man

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Beech trees I planted under bigger trees. They will be bonsai until the other trees are cut and will lep out of it then .
 

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