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    Cold Hunters Tray 780/4

    Moorcroft Pottery Cold Hunters Tray 780/4


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    Both the humble dwarf cornel and the sweet-tasting cloudberry seek out and thrive in cold climates and both have delicate and attractive small flowers. The flowers of a dwarf cornel are tiny and black. The more familiar four white petals of the plant are not, in fact, petals at all but bracts — a coloured covering of the flower. The almost equally rare cloudberries are found in cold or mountainous parts of the northern hemisphere. On the North Yorkshire Moors, both species are incredibly hard to track down and each year it becomes harder and harder to do so. Dwarf cornel fruit arrives in long clusters of shiny orange, juicy berries extremely attractive to birds. Nicola mixes the flowers and fruits of both plants together, all labelled as Cold Hunters.

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