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Beebombs 11h
Some of these guys have picked up terrible names. This one is the Small Scabious Mining Bee. Can be spotted in a few isolated populations in Scotland and around Southern England.
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Wildflower Turf Ltd 15h
Spot the ‘weed’ trees in this established wildflower meadow. These willows just blew in after not cutting for one year. This is why zero maintenance isn’t an option with in the UK. No cut will result in a wood not a meadow as these gate crashers can testify!
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Allison Bever Dec 11
Started working on a set of wildflower drawings last week and hope to finish the set this week. A couple of goals I hope to achieved next year is to create quality art prints and launch an Etsy shop to sell them at.
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AFEntomology 8h
Sowing of margin strips rich in floral resources improves control of pests in adjacent crop fields: IGEPP-Angers
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Wendy Alexandre Dec 12
You think you will go after that dream...someday...when things calm down...when the kids are older. Those are words of regret later. If it is truly something that sings in your heart, start now! Do one small thing!
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Hobo Twang Dec 8
Working on new songs. Late at night, compared it all to s . Song and -soundwise, we‘re fucked. Cheers
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Beebombs Dec 12
Somewhat forlorn and out of focus, me and the flower, I was still overjoyed to be met by this December daisy at 6am this morning.
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Wildflower Turf Ltd 9h
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Rebecca Jo Steelman Dec 9
Centaurea Cyanus (Bachelor Button, Cornflower)
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Wildflower Turf Ltd 7h
Check out our Case Study on the Rossall Coastal Defence Scheme, Fylde Coastline, Lancashire. 28,000m² of Bespoke Turf -
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D Hackett Florida Photographer Dec 12
Close up of a flowers that are beautiful summer that blooms here in rural Florida
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Elizabeth Todd 6h
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Clive Wynne-Candy 🦔 Dec 11
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Robert C Parker 7h
Sometimes are prettier than cultivated @ Sandia Knolls, New Mexico
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Beebombs Dec 10
The Hawthorn Mining Bee. One of Britain’s over 250 solitary bee species. Keep an eye out for these small mining bees from late March all over the midlands and northern England.
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Beebombs Dec 12
Grey backed mining bee. Very rare in the UK but possibly returning to the South East after being extirpated through the 20th century.
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AHDB Horticulture 22h
Could the solution to boosting crops be planting wild flowers? Recent results from AHDB-funded PhD reveal that planting in field margins helps to attract to pollinate crops and ultimately increased yields by almost 40%
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John Welford Dec 7
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FriendsofMerlinWoods 4h
plasrtercasting tonight with ard gardening group winter activity
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Lee Hiller 🌏🌿Ⓥ🌱🌊 4h
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