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Maya Panda 4h
day 28 . "But fate is not a flat circle.. It is a spiral.." .
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Challen Willemsen 🌿 Oct 24
Look at the beautiful and satisfying radial symmetry in this Euphorbia cotinifolia sapling.
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Sue Oct 27
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El Fogón de Palo. 🔥 18m
MÁSTRANTO, (Mentha suaveolens) Aromática, medicinal y abunda en toda la sabana, la miel de abejas producto de sus flores es muy preciada en el mercado internacional. Remedio de las abuelas por estos lados.
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Sue Oct 28
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Ogeechee Riverkeeper 28m
The Ogeechee Lime (Nyssa ogeche), also known as the Ogeechee Tupelo, is a member of the dogwood family. These fruit blossoms are pollinated by bees which then produce the famous tupelo honey. []
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𝖌𝖆𝖇𝖗𝖎𝖊𝖑🌿 Oct 28
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DeejungCraft Oct 25
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MelloCaps Oct 25
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susanmains Oct 27
Bank holiday in the magical garden. Back to work now. 🇬🇩 @ Saint Paul'S, Saint George, Grenada
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Paul McManus Oct 28
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Challen Willemsen 🌿 Oct 23
Orchids in the wild: Arpophyllum medium in situ, oak forest, San José Pinula, Guatemala. This goes with yesterday’s photo.
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Bhaskar Dey Oct 27
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World Building Memes Oct 25
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Santiago Martín-Bravo Oct 27
After a terribly hot and dry summer in , southern , plant life start to rise from its ashes following the first autumn rain, giving colour to the scorched fields.
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Reforestree Oct 27
Around 80% of the food we eat comes originally from rainforests. For example coffee, chocolate, rice, bananas, black pepper, pineapples and more.
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Artfull Puffin 3h
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Efaru Oct 26
Still so hard to catch up. I’m a lazy potato. Day 20 - /
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Artfull Puffin 7h
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Flora National General Trading Co. W.L.L Oct 27
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