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JP โœณ๏ธ 12h
I still have more sunflowers to flower! ๐ŸŒป 2.7 metres tall โค๏ธ
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Kay Woods ๐Ÿ—ฏ 7h
Dahlia as big as yer face and bumbles ๐Ÿ on the sunflowers ๐ŸŒป A nice days allotmenting. ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒฑ ๐ŸŒป ๐Ÿ
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Bee.Watch Aug 13
It's snowing grain at the moment with taking place. In our apiary we're taking stock of our own harvest and being thankful for all the hard work and goods produced by our pollinators
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Bee Friendly Trust Aug 16
This time two weeks ago our bee bunting was basking in the sunshine. Already looking forward to sunny days 2020! Did you know you can book your tickets now?
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Sheridan Nurseries Aug 13
โ€˜Whoops-a-daisyโ€™ is one of our favourite perennial daisies for planting in borders. The cheerful blooms are and attract butterflies. ๐Ÿ Plant in an area that receives full sun (6+ hours). โ˜€๏ธ
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Councillor Smith Aug 10
Beautiful from our garden. Donated by our lovely neighbours to help us be more ๐Ÿ this is from a flower with over 22 heads! These fell off in the wind, perfect for our table ๐ŸŒป
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Dr Jennifer Rudd Aug 13
We hung the washing out to dry today. We've just found a bee stuck in some trousers. In trying to shake it out the window it came back inside and is now dominating our bedroom! On and lavender hunt to encourage it out again!
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Ciaran McCoy 19h
Busy bees in - lovely to see these pollinators at work
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Myles Aug 10
Downloadables to improve your garden! There is a downloadable guide for a variety of regions. Find yours now and help our here:
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TinyTusks Aug 15
Summer is a fab time to buzz off into the garden with the kids and do your bit for Yara's incredible insect chums! Itโ€™s also great for spotting ๐Ÿฆ‹
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Bob Boyat Aug 13
I thought Twitter could use some coneflowers. My garden.
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JP โœณ๏ธ Aug 14
Musk Mallow making an appearance in my mini meadow!
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Katie Wilson Aug 11
Anyone know what this plant it? Have loads since I scattered but not sure itโ€™s canโ€™t identify
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Green Girl Farms 14h
Today is National Honey Bee Day, but we love them all! Support these beneficial creatures by planting gardens with native plants and flowers, and avoid pesticides. โ€ฆ
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Bee Friendly Trust Aug 12
Good weekend? Ours was. We were busy celebrating our wonderful Bottesford Wildlife Garden being shortlisted for a Community Rail Award. Well deserved for all those involved. ๐Ÿ™Œ
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Faye Faye Aug 11
I can't change the world but I can change my little corner of it
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HydroSpikeยฎ Aug 14
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Shane Fitzgerald Aug 10
Another reason why it's important to plant clover with your grass seed mix! Spotted this busy ๐Ÿ working away while on my farm walk this morning! ๐Ÿ˜
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KillinchyBeekeepers Aug 15
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Clifton Nurseries Aug 14
A shot of colour for a rainy day. ๐ŸŒŸ Rudbeckia 'Summerina Orange' flowers all summer long and is much loved by insects, butterflies and birds .... as well as by us at Clifton Nurseries!
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