Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Theodore, Mar 19, 2017.
I'll admit I'm guilty of pulling pics off the web, but they've all been of plants/trees I've encountered either where I live on the Louisiana coast or where I hunt & hike in the Hommochitto National Forest in Mississippi.
LOL nope! It's a tree.
That looks like parsley to me .
I thought ironwood and hornbeam were different.
Ironwood = parrotia
Hornbeam = carpinus
It's got thorns....
Learned that the hard way while blood trailing a deer and not looking at the tree branches I was walking through. Thank the lord for boonie hats!
Big uns , hawthorns.
That's in Italy right?
Is that near philaton?
You got it, parsley hawthorn!
Just about lost my Schnauzer looking for this ..
Perennial aromatic - easy enough
Standard female , she's a big baby though.
We had a male when I was young and he past of old age , I've had quite a few dogs over the years and two years ago we decided to get another "snoozer" as I like to call her, best family dog ever . She owns us now.