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NearbyWild
Discover the magic and beauty of around your home, farm, school, college, or workplace throughout the seasons.
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Action for Conservation Nov 21
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Hayley Howard 5h
Toothed plagiomnium Moss, Plagiomnium cuspidatum. AKA Woods Thyme-Moss , favours wet forested or wooded areas like here in a park in Workington.
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Hayley Howard 5h
Common ramping-fumitory, Fumaria muralis. Another late flowering plant which is related to the poppy family. Favours open, bare patches of land, this group was in a Cumbrian lay-by. And a bit of a climber.
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Stephen de Vere Nov 17
If you enjoyed films - my films have no music and all DVDs have the option to switch the narration off, leaving just the sounds of nature.
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NearbyWild 14h
Received with my deepest gratitude, lovely Jane. It is a blessing to feel settled and at ease, again. Sleep deprivation makes life so tough. Supportive sons are such a blessing. Sending much love and light to you! 💫💛💫xx
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NearbyWild 14h
Himalayan balsam is terrible!
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NearbyWild 14h
Replying to @Billflows1
I am so glad that you enjoyed this!
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NearbyWild 14h
Looks so harmless!
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NearbyWild 14h
Inversnaid What would the world be, once bereft Of wet and of wildness? Let them be left, O let them be left, wildness and wet; Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet. Gerard Manley Hopkins
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NearbyWild 14h
In case you were not able to go out today, sharing the tranquillity of a surreal winter’s morning when I no longer know where I end and the lake begins.
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NearbyWild 14h
There is still plenty of subtle colour as winter’s frosted fingers thread through the land.
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NearbyWild 14h
I felt as though I had stepped into Narnia during this magical, frost covered November morning.
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NearbyWild 14h
"In the ancient world Cleavers was used to treat cancer. Gerard wrote of Cleavers as a marvellous remedy for the bites of snakes, spiders and all venomous creatures. One of the founders of Roman medicine, Galen, described it as...
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NearbyWild 14h
Replying to @lilrobbergirl @YouTube
In the ancient world Cleavers was used to treat cancer. Gerard wrote of Cleavers as a marvellous remedy for the bites of snakes, spiders and all venomous creatures. One of the founders of Roman medicine, Galen, described it as...
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littlerobbergirl 14h
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Cleavers coming up all over here, it's been so mild. I've been making up a 'veg box' for the hens next door in bird flu lockdown, a bit of turf and a load of sluggy cabbage leaves and tasty weeds 😋
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Brigit Strawbridge Howard 15h
Highly toxic insecticides, used on pets to kill fleas, are polluting our rivers and ponds, and causing great harm to wildlife Please, support 's efforts to ban Fipronil and Imidacloprid flea treatments by signing & RT'ing this petition...
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NearbyWild 15h
Sustainable living! How to make mugwort tea / Foraging for mugwort and cleavers / What is mu... via
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Roy Holder 19h
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NearbyWild 15h
I made the mistake of planting Yellow Archangel in my garden border and it's rampant! Beautiful, but it is creeping into my small orchard meadow, so will have to go!
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NearbyWild 15h
Absolutely is, Teresa! 🦔💚
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