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Elaine Porteous Jun 28
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Rhi Oct 16
Three years ago I was waking up to a beautiful October morning Little did I know, that things were about to go very wrong I am not always appreciative of this mind of mine, sometimes it is intensely frustrating, but today it is loved
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Laura May 30
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Mike's Nature Photography Jun 7
Bit of colour to brighten up a dull grey evening
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Cortney Benvenuto Oct 1
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Philcat Nov 17
By the gods you are the first writer in years to make me tear up in public -
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Squeaky May 27
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Annika Karlsson Jun 17
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Foxglove Jun 2
We see Foxgloves growing wild everywhere right now! Foxgloves have medicinal qualities. In the right dose they can save your life. In the wrong dose theyโ€™ll knock you to the floor!
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laura woermke May 20
Finished and off to auction! in the afternoon
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Mia Harley 21 Sep 17
'Holding Onto Summer'
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Glenys Garnett Jun 20
A little light sneaking into a quiet corner of the wood
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Nicola Jun 3
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NmD Foxes Jan 22
Congrats to Foxglove's newest Affiliate @LadyNagaLP !! She earned it <3 She's a badass DPS main and you definitely don't want to be in her scopes. Drop by her channel and smash that Follow button!
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Frogend_dweller Jul 9
OK ... I need help IDing a , please. Is this beauty a wool carder bee? They seem to love my rusty ! @Team4Nature300
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Skylark May 28
Dotty Path to Attract the Bees... ๐ŸŒธ......๐Ÿ
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Cat_Kapow Feb 21
are vital to human survival, they are responsible for nearly 75 percent of all used for human food consumption. Plant that bees like ๐Ÿ๐ŸŒป๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผ๐Ÿฅ€
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Mia Harley 7 Oct 17
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Miranda Janatka Jul 28
The rusty foxglove, Digitalis ferruginea native to south Europe. A choice more for the plant snobs? Perhaps so ugly that it is beautiful. I certainly like it and would personally plant it among white foxgloves. Here it adds interest and texture to the Broadwalk at Kew.
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Plants400 Jul 14
week 242: As well as being a very bee-friendly plant, the (Digitalis purpurea) has important medicinal uses. Discover more about this fascinating plant and its wartime links to a Vegetable Drugs Committee and the Oxfordshire Women's Institute -
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