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gorse

see ulex europaeus. Called also furze.
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The law states that burning of vegetation such as heather, gorse, whin or fern must not be carried out between 15 April and 31 August, and only carried out at other times of the year under controlled and expert supervision.
THE public were yesterday urged not to start gorse fires after blazes destroyed valuable woodland.
FIRE crews battled a 50-acre gorse fire at Maentwrog for nearly two days.
Norville Gorse, a B-17 Flying Fortress aviator who was shot down twice over the North Sea and held prisoner by Nazi Germany for 22 months, had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Friends of Hailey Park have organised a gorse planting session tomorrow, 1-4pm.
Ulex europaeus, commonly known as European gorse or common gorse, is an evergreen with spiny branches bearing small green leaves.
But in recent months there have been a number of illegal gorse fires started by arsonists.
Around 18 firefighters from Northfield Fire Station, Kings Norton Fire Station and Woodgate Fire Station were deployed to tackle the fires which tore through long gorse at the quarry and it took the team about an hour-anda-half to bring the fires under control.
In this advanced volume, Emmitt and Gorse focus on large-scale building, primarily residential, commercial, and industrial buildings constructed with loadbearing frames.
Western Gorse is the most obvious late bloomer, enlivening the autumn landscape with a blaze of yellow.
Gorse adds a splash of colour to winter landscapes | Gorse adds a splash of colour to winter landscapes
Gorse is the 13th child, and bad luck seems to follow her everywhere she goes.