20 thoughts on “it’s a kissing tree!

      1. I didn’t know that, amazing! I love mistletoe, the fresh christmasy smell of it! Or is it the other way around! xxx!

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      1. It actually sends out tendrils.and to the roots of surrounding plants. it can go over 100 metres in all directions so when many trees look a bit dry the mistletoe is doing well.

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      2. wow that is amazing. I have no idea if the mistletoe here does that (send tendrils/ roots through the tree) but there is one huge tree I have seen this year smothered with clumps all over it, not quite as much as in your photo, but it looks as if the tree knows its!!! there!

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    1. Happy Monday Janet! And what a year for mistletoe in these parts!!! If you aren’t near the shops with all the glitz the mistletoe lets you know what time of year it is. Love Gill xxxx

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  1. LOVED the title, which I saw first and wondered, What tree could this be? Then when the kissing tree appeared on my screen — voila, filled with mistletoe. Gave me a big smile. 😀

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