Plants: Bushes, Leaves, Fruit, Veggies, Herbs, et al

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I spotted this bank of Sea Buckthorn on some sand dunes when riding past last week. (Bike left in for scale).

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I've never seen berries on the plants before!
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I was tempted to put this in the fall / autumn colours thread for a change of hue.
However, I chickened out and thought this thread was a better location.
I'm pretty sure these are Gunnera plants that have had the stems cut and leaves left to rot.
Quite architectural in a goth horror kind of way. ;)
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Meadow assortment, 6 stack manual focus bracket. The yellow flowers I think are spring bedstraw (Gallium verum) starting up but it took me over six months to get to processing this and now I'm not sure.
 

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Despite temperatures below-zero for most of the past week, the rhubarb has sprung into life in the garden.
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If only!
My other half refuses to bake me any crumbles these days in order to try and restrict my waist expansion. :(
Sadly, I have to make do with yoghurt as an accompaniment. :frown:
Everything in moderation
I'm sure you'd find good reason to convince your good lady and enjoy a good crumble
Oats. Lowers cholesterol
Rhubarb. Keeps you regular.
Sugar. To prevent blood sugar dropping too low
Milk. For the custard Calcium for the bones. Very important as we age
Plus all the minerals to aid cognitive thinking, muscle health etc etc etc
Mixing by hand and not electric consumes calories and saves the ozone layer
What else have I missed? :)

Life without rhubarb crumble doesn't bear thinking about :(
 
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128 stack, around 0.8x if memory serves.
 

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