Blackthorn, such an unruly shrub, with evil thorns, but the flowers in spring are spectacular.
Flowering time is very variable, and this one was on the top of the southern slope of Home Woods.
Western Red Cedar Bark – This tree is just above the main track
Silver Birch Bark – near the Dew pond
Hazel Bark – Taken near Stone Bridge
Norway Spruce Bark – near Harridge West entrance
Beech Bark – on the ridge of Ashwick Grove
Ask Bark – An old Ash Tree near stone bridge
Oak Bark – A Medium sized tree near the stone bridge
Larch Bark – tree near the entrance of Harridge West
Wild Cherry Bark – This is one of two trees at the Entrance to Harridge West
Holly Bark – large tree at the top of Limekiln Wood
Alder Bark – Taken near the Road bridge in Netttlebridge
The bright winters sun has been ideal for photographing close ups of all the different types of tree bark.