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Christmas Mistletoe

Series of Propagating Viscum - Mistletoe

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GAP Photos / Howard Rice

Feature No:   40 

Qty of Images:    11 


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Partially parasitic mistletoe is most commonly found growing on apple trees in the UK but also found on other trees. For most, mistletoe is all about Christmas, festivities and also romance, placed in doorways it provides a promise of a kiss! Although it is thought of as a wild plant it can be propagated. This guide shows a simple way to plant viscum album directly into the bark of a tree. The berries are toxic if eaten by humans or pets so take care when handling.



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