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Lesley Griffiths Sep 3
Great feature on about our scheme & our work with to make Wales the world's first pollinator-friendly nation.๐Ÿ Just one example of our work to reverse the decline in biodiversity - a priority.
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Candide Gardening Aug 21
If you don't have a , here are some tips from on how to be with what you've got! ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ’›
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Friends of the Earth ๐ŸŒ Sep 3
: The Welsh Government has launched a scheme to protect bees by becoming the first country in the world. Well done to all involved, including . ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ
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Beesponsible Sep 8
Keep it , friends! ๐Ÿ 70% of native species nest in the ground, and they need flowers to forage and areas of bare dirt to raise their young. ๐Ÿ“ธ: a ground-nesting bee from the genus Agapostemon.
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Poppy Aug 30
Wales is working to become the world's most bee-friendly country ๐Ÿ‘last night featured alongside Flat Holm Island as places ๐Ÿ
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Naomi Jones Aug 31
Bees LOVING the sedums (Hylotelephium) ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ
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Richard Fallis Sep 6
Lovely to see these giant back at the top of Ulsterville Ave, busy with . Last year when I stopped to take a photo of them, lady came out of house and explained how her son scattered the seeds randomly, not expecting them to grow!
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M Watson 9h
A fantastic factoid ...... bees are such fantastic creatures and I for one am promoting the garden. A shot I took this year in the summer ....... simply beautiful :-)
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Chris Evans Sep 9
Catch up on my Rogerstone column in todayโ€™s page 33 including:
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Janine Cera Sep 16
I need this wilderness for my heart to beat. A small section of wild flowers outside the Design Centre in Angel, Lond Also, great to meet up with friends for a catch up!!
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Angel Comm Gardens Jun 19
A reminder itโ€™s our next โ€œBig Digโ€ this Sunday, 2-4pm, preceded by our outdoor AGM on the chequerboard side at 1:30pm. Come along to find out how you can help us maintain this community garden ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ
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Sweet Beetches ๐Ÿ Sep 16
Without bees we are nothing! I love bees, (you can guess by the name!) and we need to do all we can to protect them!
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Charlie Collis Design 9h
When youโ€™re feeling stuck in a rutโ€ฆ dig yourself free! ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐ŸŒพ
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SEEDBALL ๐Ÿ Aug 21
Since WW2, the UK has lost 97% of native wildflower habitats. Give wildflowers as party and wedding favours this year!
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Buzzing Cornwall Feb 20
Growing the right kinds of plants in your garden or window box is a simple positive action we can all take to help and other . Find out the best plants for your garden with 's
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Capability Charlotte Gardens Sep 15
Sedums are such a great plant, easy to grow drought tolerant and give lovely autumn colour and also food for hungry bees. They are my go to plant for low maintenance pots. @ Theโ€ฆ
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Buzbees Premium Tonics 17h
Four super easy and low maintenance tips on how to turn your garden into a wildlife haven ๐Ÿ๐Ÿž๐Ÿฆ‹
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SEEDBALL ๐Ÿ Sep 6
How Bee Friendly Are You? Check out the over at The Bumblebee Conservation site to see how you rate in the bee-friendly flowers stakes:
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Gray's Inn Sep 16
Our gardeners have been working hard replacing the lavender border in South Square today - nearly there!
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edibleculture May 31
These and friendly baskets have been a joy to grow in . Full of our favourite plants!
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