How do new oak trees happen.

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  1. roders

    roders Total Gardener

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    Pregnant oak trees of course.
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    • Freddy

      Freddy Miserable git, well known for it

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      I thought it was the stalk?
      I’ll get me coat...>
       
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      • Jiffy

        Jiffy The Match is on Fire

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        Can anyone else see the face?
         
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        • pete

          pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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          Yep, sad looking so and so.:biggrin:

          Chop it down roders, the grain in that burr would be worth a mint as veneers.:biggrin:
           
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          • Mike Allen

            Mike Allen Super Gardener

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            YES. Very clear. May I ask. Why is it? When you stare at any pattern, be it the carpet, curtains wall paper or whatever, even pictures, works of art etc. Why do we always see heads/faces?
             
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            • Clare G

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              I've always understood that it's a leftover from our original hunter-gatherer lifestyle - always on the lookout for potential enemies or prey.

              It's known as pareidolia: Pareidolia - Wikipedia
               
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