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Rod Porteous May 18
Bumblebees going crazy for a sip of poppy juice
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10 by 10 gardener May 16
Planted the beginnings of a hedge that should give us some privacy in a few years to come!
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stella ursa May 18
These plants have just been plants for 3 1/2 years, but look what they did this year! It’s been an exciting development. I just wish I knew what these are called.
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Relaxscape 10h
It’s truly one of the best feelings seeing something that you’ve planted and nurtured from a small seedling suddenly burst into a promise of the bounty to come 😃🌱 Maybe not quite standards but it makes me happy anyway 😄
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Washington Gardener May 22
Garden tip of the Day: Zinnias can be planted as late as the 3rd week of July and still produce an abundance of blossoms. See more Zinnia-growing tips in our current issue.
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VenetiaJane's Garden May 17
Vita Sackville-West described the of Abutilon vitifolium as "the colour of Parma violets". Combined with its silvery-green leaves it looks beautiful planted against a dark hedge in a sunny but sheltered spot. Easily propagated from seed, a great plant to grow!
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Stephen Gore May 21
The scree garden today in the sunshine ☀️😍💚
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Candide Gardening May 17
Welcome to Candide! Join a friendly community, learn and share , identify plants and be inspired with the free Candide app.
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Max May 19
Spikey beauty of wild thistle in Photography
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Kirsten Sneath May 19
Cutie has been busy in the garden this weekend! X Hope you have had a lovely weekend! Thanks for all your kindness and inspiration friends xx
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KeepOnBelieveInn May 21
Mini iris in the forget me nots
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Viviana May 16
Some of my tomatoes I have growing.
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Max May 20
Wild grasses at the side of the road looking wonderful
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Wellbrooke of Carmel 5h
Who says that only kids play in dirt?? We loved getting our garden planted. Can’t wait to taste the wonderful produce.
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Alison Moore May 19
All sorts of everything flowering away in and really excited to see first on the Primula beesiana from
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Niki Jabbour May 16
Garden Tip! Mulch newly transplanted tomatoes w/ a layer of straw or shredded leaves. Not only will this hold soil moisture & reduce weeds, it also helps prevent or slow the spread of soil-borne diseases like early blight.
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Mark Lane May 19
is here. Just a few pics from the show. I nearly ran into the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge"s car, but all good. Watch the coverage for another spectacular show
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Dr Sarah Floyd 7m
Replying to @andyjaffrey
Could start a proud gardener thread, your peony is gorgeous and I am loving my irises
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Twigs Gardens May 17
Celebrating world mental health week here this week. is a resource for individuals who experience mental health issues the chance to regain confidence, self esteem,to learn new skills in a green space
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Max May 20
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