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VenetiaJane's Garden Apr 17
Legend tells that a piece of sky falling to earth caught a spark from a star as it passed. From the place in the grass where the sky landed a tiny blue flower grew, the star's spark shining brightly at its centre. The star whispered to it "forget-me-not".
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Minnesota Monarch 🌱🐛 Apr 16
“Why poison the earth when you can have at your feet and in your trees without even trying?”
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Northaven Trail 58m
Take some time to stop and visit the on the trail!
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Donna Rainey Apr 16
Warning, last pic may hurt your eyes.The potential for managing our roadside verges for is huge. The resource is already there in so many cases, it just requires appropriate cut & lift. Many authorities now recognise the benefits of this.Sadly some residents don't!
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Gabriel Jamie Apr 20
Early Spider Orchids flowering at Samphire Hoe, Kent. One of the first orchids of the year to flower in UK, they emit pheromones that mimic the scent of female solitary bees and trick the males into pollinating them
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A J Miller Apr 17
Wild violets escaping through the fence
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Seppo 18h
Replying to @acwevans @TracevaToons
. We've used a lawn mover with a grass catcher. The grass is used to fertilize the garden, not the lawn. Poor soil better for flowers. I've also saved every year areas with flowers uncut untill they've done.
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Adrian Ludlam 8h
Got down on my knees with my 150-600mm lens and had a go at some of the tiny wildflowers down beside the path so easily overlooked. Think this is greater stitchwort?
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USDA NRCS 6h
By planting milkweed & other , farmers are helping monarch butterflies rebound.
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Elsa Blaine 6h
Finally, some signs of Spring in the woods.
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aoifedots Apr 21
My favourite garden in Phibsboro ♥ 🌸
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Claire Corrigan 3h
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Laura Shaw Apr 18
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Old Farmer's Almanac 10h
Grow ! We’ll show you how! It will lift your spirits, show and love, and boost your blooms and harvests, too. See full video/text here:
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Greg Norrell 9h
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Emma Darnley 7h
I had a lovely visit today to see the most amazing sculpture exhibition and definitely my highlight to see these beautiful anemones dancing in the wind.
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Woodland Trust 12h
Are you a wizard or a beginner in botany? Take our and find out if you can name these ten common
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Brendan O'Grady Apr 21
The hedgerows are full of Greater Stitchwort (Stellaria holostea). Unmissable in the ☀ Sun.
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Mike Furness 14h
Found Cardamine pratensis , Cuckooflower or Lady's smock in the lower meadow.
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Satu Karlin Apr 18
Never overlook wallflower at dance; may be dandelion in grass. ~ Confucius (Kungfutse)
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