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I have made mention before that country towns often have Pepperina trees  growing along their streets.  This town has lovely wide streets with them growing down the centre.  And yes you are in for another round of misty photos, inevitable for a morning walk at this time of year.


  1. A lovely misty morning - I never knew these trees were pepperinas and have always referred to them as pepper trees.

  2. My Dad speaks with great affection of the Pepperina trees of his childhood in his little country town (Leyburn).

  3. I always thought they were weeping willows! I guess they're not...

  4. I had pepper trees growing up, too. We used the little berries as bullets to flick at the boys.


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