Nuts?

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red swirl
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Nuts?

Post: # 27665Post red swirl
Wed Jul 26, 2006 3:09 am

I put my nut tree question in fruit, didn't seem like a vegetable or herb ... should there be a 'Nuts' category or could Fruit become 'Fruit and Nuts'? :wink:

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Post: # 27705Post Andy Hamilton
Wed Jul 26, 2006 8:35 am

red swirl wrote:I put my nut tree question in fruit, didn't seem like a vegetable or herb ... should there be a 'Nuts' category or could Fruit become 'Fruit and Nuts'? :wink:


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Post: # 27706Post Chickpea
Wed Jul 26, 2006 8:38 am

Don't have a "nuts" category, it could be misinterpreted.

I discovered yesterday there's a hazelnut tree in the park at the end of our road where I forage for blackberries and elderflowers/berries. How did I manage to miss that for 4 years then? When are hazelnuts ripe? And do you reckon I'll beat the squirrels to them?

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Post: # 28331Post red swirl
Sun Jul 30, 2006 8:04 am

I read hazelnuts are ripe when they fall off the trees. But that was in an Aussie book & we dont have squirrels!!!!

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