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  Mountain ash side by side, one set of trees regressed back and the hybrid still bears fruit for the birds.

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  Hybrid berries on left, original tree fruit on right. The birds seem to enjoy the berries on the back to the original tree.

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  Smaller berries from the “original” tree. This tree is taller and the leaves and berries less dense, but the birds seem to enjoy it more than the hybrid trees.

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  The leaves and the berries of the more decorative hybrid Mountain Ash Tree. It is certainly a beautiful addition to the landscape.

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The Mountain Ash trees are at the home of a friend of

mine.  The trees have a lot of  little bird feeders at the

base of the trees that are kept filled with peanuts and

sunflower seeds, a hummingbird feeder, two suet feeders

and a corn on the cob feeder make the birds and squirrels

happy.

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My hostess for this post:

Thank you, Becca Smiling face (black and white)

   

Sunday Trees – 4

by becca givens 

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