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The last Tree Year post on my Honeysuckle

My honeysuckle in the blue pot looks pretty much the same as it did a year ago: a lot of empty branches, some remaining brownish leaves and some berries to be picked by European Robins or other birds. It will … Continue reading

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Tree Year Project: second half of the year

In the second half of the year of the Tree Year Project a lot of the observed trees will start growing fruits in some sort. So please let us know how the fruits on your tree look like. There are … Continue reading

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Summer Time

Since the summer came in the northern hemisphere, the Tree Year project slowed down. No wonder, now that the leaves have grown, their light green color has turned into dense dark green and it has become hard to observe life … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle: Birds in March

The pot with the Honeysuckle is on the fourth floor without much other plants around. There are trees in front of the house and the river is close by. The amazing thing is that you only need a bird feeder … Continue reading

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Why 11 minutes?

The Tree Year March Challenge asks you to observe your tree for 11 minutes. But why 11 minutes? It’s the year 2011 I started this project on December 11th I though that everyone can manage to do 11 minutes – … Continue reading

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