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Lynn McIntosh 21h
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Mummy's in the Garden Aug 18
I definitely think these fall into the blues, but are they true blues...?
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Jacqui Aug 18
Catching up with Gardeners World today, made me realise how much blue lives in my garden. Some have already flowered and gone, but others are only just appearing. 😁
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Lynn Ede Aug 16
My tiny garden. Blue-ish flowers.
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Sharon Sacks Aug 15
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FlowerPasture Aug 15
I just looove this colour 😁 I used to really dislike mop heads, but I have recently fallen for them. How about you, love or hate?
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Whatispyphotography 12h
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Melisa Herington Aug 17
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Sigalit Abaei Aug 15
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itsgardeningtime Aug 17
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Alison Moore Jan 13
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Trisha Durie 21h
Agapanthus and Echinacea still standing upright despite the torrential rain over the last few days, now they’ve got the wind to test them! Hopefully better weather on its way
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Melanie Sherman Aug 16
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itsgardeningtime Aug 16
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Sarah Beattie #FBPE Aug 18
Following on from 's feature on which had just one true blue, here are mine for from Salvia, cornflower, ceratosigma & caryopteris(sp?) Also have hydrangea, agapanthus, nigella etc
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Dr Jacqui Marshall πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‘€πŸ§¬πŸ“ŠπŸ’€πŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ“š Aug 16
Replying to @GWandShows @CarolKlein
In field margins (I’m not lucky enough to have a garden (yet I hope...))
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itsgardeningtime Aug 16
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Tim Fuller Aug 14
I haven't grown Platycodon for quite a few years - a tad surprised at just how big the first flower is! The plant is only 15cm tall and the flower must be 10 or 12cm across...
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Julien Losa Aug 13
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Tim Fuller Aug 12
Verbena hastata 'Blue Spires'. Honestly don't know how it differs from the species but its flowering really well in its first year from seed.
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