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Chasing Light Nov 26
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Robert Robertson Nov 25
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Berenice Tregenna Nov 21
Spreading seasonal joy with what I spotted today , well I am berietree after all 😁👍
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Suzanne Rowcliffe Nov 21
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Squire's Garden Ctrs 5m
Making your own Christmas garland this year? Cut a few stems of holly with berries on now, before the birds eat all the berries! Stand them in a bucket of water in a sheltered spot where birds can’t reach them.
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H Nov 19
Huge flock of Fieldfare enjoying lunch in the garden just now
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Kato Nov 27
They are glorious here in East Anglia too! There is the old adage that ‘plentiful berries foretell a harsh winter’...
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Scott Stahl Nov 20
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🌷🦋 Elizabeth Oliver Quinn 🦋🌷 Nov 25
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Lisa Stewart Nov 20
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Gary Laundy Nov 19
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Jennifer Hess Nov 20
I’m so happy my store is carrying these again! Wow, so good!
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A Thorny Pot Nov 20
This week I'm on the hunt for berries, to get colour and texture inspiration for my garden.
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Lacey Timony, ACHE Nov 22
Stewed frozen berries to pour over cottage cheese as a snack.
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Louise Elizabeth Nov 21
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Anthony Snell Nov 19
Nice to see our favourite being a rewarding Poinless answer on tonight! Our supplies them all year round to our valued customers.( these are ours!)
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Jonathan Moseley Nov 21
And so it starts.....bring on and big up the berries! Its feeling a little festive here in the studio this morning.
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Andrea Bohn Nov 21
Dried goji are magical! Add them to your trail mix at work for a :
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Westcountry-wide Nov 20
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🌱Dig, Bitch, Dig Nov 21
The strawberry plants in this old drawer are still growing. (Too shady here to actually produce berries, btw, but I do love junk in the garden.)
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