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LaCresha (Cree) 5h
Replying to @grovecollab
Mrs. Meyers hand lotion is the absolute best I’ve used! I’m always telling people about it.
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Livvie's page Aug 17
Some flowers survived the rain 🐺
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Kat Heverin 13h
My wife made my a smellscape for my bed side table. and . :)
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Ruth Carlyle PhD Aug 18
in our garden. Learned from ’s reading of Cunningham’s ‘Encyclopaedia of Magical Herbs’ that it has a folk name of goat’s leaf and that it is a lucky plant to have growing near the home
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Debi Holland May 26
Such a pretty planting combo. Just love it... at a client's house :0) Honeysuckle & Euphorbia polychrome (cushion spurge)
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Iona Jul 15
On the walk between gardens on Saturday
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Elizabeth Atherton Jul 31
So many pinks to choose from. (and oh, that smell...!)
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Just A Ghoul Aug 13
Alkaid reaction to the meaning of "Honeysuckle" with Haseo //GU
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Rachael Padilla May 1
I'm in heaven! The air outside is scented with honeysuckle.
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Liza Adamczewski or the accidental ecologist Jun 11
The hedgerows are peppered with Dog roses Honeysuckles Elderflowers underneath the foxgloves begin to swell with seeds against a backdrop of cow parsley a warm gentle rain is falling
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Dorene Nowatzke Aug 17
Fragrance spotlight - Honeysuckle and Peach Enjoy the beautiful days of summer with our custom blended Honeysuckle and Peach candles! Have you tried Honeysuckle and Peach? Tell us your thoughts!
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Daisy Dead May 21
My favorite afternoon snack 😋
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Rich Monochrome Jul 7
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PlewsGDMarie Aug 17
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Stu 'Jimbo' Williams Apr 21
She’s a very good mare
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Debi Holland Jun 16
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Kew Mobile Museum Mar 17
This we commemorate the art of traditional . Several innovative examples in using , sweet pea, , daisy and other garden plant fibres were donated to the Kew Museum by Lady Doneraile in the mid-C19th.
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Ruth Carlyle PhD Aug 18
Replying to @RuthCarlyle
as also puts me in mind of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’: I know a bank where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine
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Mo May 18
My Six just now. Beautifully scented blue geranium, my summer pots in the greenhouse, first pink thalictrum this year, first iris and blue polemonium,
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Farmer Gracy May 4
Just an ordinary 🐝 looks so exotic at this time of year!
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