Red Filbert has attractive red leaves and produces small but very tasty nuts

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Sprocket says:

Blimey – Christmas is upon us once again.

Better get started on those bloomin' cards.

10th Sep 2006, 16:19

FilbertFox says:

bah humbug

10th Sep 2006, 16:20

factotumNLI says:

Please tell me you didn't take these photos in the last eleven months.

10th Sep 2006, 16:58

FilbertFox says:

today. why?

10th Sep 2006, 17:05

paintist says:

ooo where are they? I may have to get some.....I could have an entire wire zoo.....you can have lights in the garden...not just for xmas :-)

10th Sep 2006, 17:12

FilbertFox says:

they were in costco. and don't look as nice as yours

10th Sep 2006, 17:22

paintist says:

thanks for the compliment FF...but I am all for the shiny lights and little creatures of xmas thing....will go looking tomorrow.....

10th Sep 2006, 18:45

DeanDare says:

Looks good, am staying home for xmas this year wife says I gotta buy a tree and sparkly things, I hate xmas trees ad sparkly things

10th Sep 2006, 20:04

Twiglet says:

I'm not altogether surprised that Chrimbo stuff is in the shops already but it's difficult to imagine anyone actually buying stuff like this at the mo. Don't know about Leeds but London is having a heatwave.....

10th Sep 2006, 20:46

Howdy FF - did you enjoy the play as well as Robbie? Also, see the Wolves result today? How long can this sort of form last for our guys? About 6 days I expect!

Bloody Christmas decorations - we were finding bloomin' Christmas cards on holiday, we want postcards, not Christmas cards!

10th Sep 2006, 20:55

FilbertFox says:

yep us too. have to say was rather glad of it for the open air concert

10th Sep 2006, 20:55

crickson says:

The doe seems very small in relation to the buck...

11th Sep 2006, 11:34

FilbertFox says:

aren't they meant to be small?

you feeling better now Dr C?

11th Sep 2006, 12:16