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In the old days, people tended to give their houses names, and often called them after places where they had felt happy - like the spot where they enjoyed their honeymoon, or even a mythical happy place like Hy-Brasil or Eden. These days, houses tend to be identified by number only, so it's always interesting to come across a house like Toad Hall. The original Toad Hall was described in the popular children's novel, The Wind in the Willows, as a "handsome, dignified old house of mellowed red brick, with well-kept lawns reaching down to the water's edge", and its owner, Mr Toad, as a wealthy, narcissistic, reckless fop. The real life Toad Hall is located in Dublin 4, and apart from the fact that it, too, is a handsome old house, it has little in common with the fictional house of the same name. It isn't red brick and it's nowhere near water.
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Common names include coast redwood , coastal redwood [3] and California redwood. These trees are also among the oldest living things on Earth. The name sequoia sometimes refers to the subfamily Sequoioideae , which includes S. Here, the term redwood on its own refers to the species covered in this article, and not to the other two species. Scottish botanist David Don described the redwood as the evergreen taxodium Taxodium sempervirens in his colleague Aylmer Bourke Lambert 's work A description of the genus Pinus. Molecular studies have shown that the three are each other's closest relatives, generally with the redwood and giant sequoia Sequoiadendron giganteum as each other's closest relatives.

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THERE is one advantage to our soggy summer — we are promised a longer, more dazzling display of autumn colour. After a dry spring, trees needed rain to produce sugar, which creates the red, yellow and orange leaves, says Forestry Commission England. So where are the best places to go leaf peeping?
Whenever one of my garden beds or borders appears lusterless, I look to giant perennials to quickly enliven the scene with architectural style and diversity. Splays of hefty gunnera leaves or rodgersia foliage provide near-instant gratification. These bountiful beauties also add depth to plantings. To break the monotony, I throw brawny chocolate ligularia or the fat spires of felty gray mullein into the mix.
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