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The plant I know as traveller's joy (old man's beard is another name for it, properly known as clematis vitalba) en mass near Broughton Lane bridge, August 2019.

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The plant I know as traveller's joy (old man's beard is another name for it, properly known as clematis vitalba) en mass near Broughton Lane bridge, August 2019.

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A fig tree near Lock No. 9 last August. I know of the fig trees on the River Don but was not aware of one on the canal

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1 hour ago, madannie77 said:

A fig tree near Lock No. 9 last August. I know of the fig trees on the River Don but was not aware of one on the canal

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Got 4 Fig tree's growing in my garden, not easy getting any decent fruit off them. 

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