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A baby rowan tree, still holding onto its leaves, a hazel leaf blown down from up the hill, a leaf from one of the Boggy Brae’s baby oak trees, and a sprig of Common Tamarisk Moss (Thuidium tamarsicum), which is one of the commonest mosses in the garden. This is the first time I’ve found any of its capsules.

A picture of the still well-leaved hazels up the hill in the woods, and a capsule of Thuidium tamarsicum.