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TheTHG Oct 28
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@bloombyryanlewis Nov 2
Hi all, I’ve created a ‘Meet the maker’ blog post on the website for new followers or anyone else interested in me and my company. Go have a read! Link in bio. …
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Justine Scouller Nov 3
Picked on November 1st. Still some loveliness out there. From tomorrow I shall be taking over the Instagram account for a week. Why not head over to there and start following if you don't already - a celebration of Britain's flower farmers. …
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Camomile & Cornflowers Nov 4
Very excited my is up, yeah. Few minor adjustments needed then I can get those seeds in
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Justine Scouller Nov 1
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Laura Awdry Oct 25
Farewell flower season 2019. The last chrysanthemums have been cut from the field before this horrendous wind and rain sets in. ☔️ Time for bulb planting and compost spreading roll on 2020!
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Alison Charlesworth Oct 28
Autumn wreath from last week. A little bit weather beaten now but still looking good. 🌿🌿🌿 …
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Justine Scouller Oct 30
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Justine Scouller Nov 7
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teagardenflowers Feb 13
Replying to @nickykylegarden
How about wonderful ?!
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Tim Fuller Oct 21
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Camomile & Cornflowers Oct 25
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Fiona West Jul 18
... I can’t remember what my flowery chum had said but it made us chuckle. I first met Katherine when I was at Tatton 2 years ago. Last time we were lounging ing in style in the…
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Rozs garden blog Nov 1
Birthday bouquet home grown scented and off to special lady
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𝘤𝘢𝘳𝘮𝘦𝘯 Jul 18
head in the clouds and i’m not coming down 🌷🌻🌞🌺🌸
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Amanda Hughes Jun 14
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Tracey Graham Aug 5
Look at these seed heads!!! . Spent the morning with the ever inspiring henthorn_farm_flowers and NW team (justdahlias drinkhouseflowers futureflowerfarm )…
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@bloombyryanlewis Nov 16
Autumnal gorgeousness in a bouquet for one lucky lady. The Chrysanthemums are so opulent! All home grown apart from a few roses. …
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Laura Awdry Jun 13
It may have taken me until June to get around to writing this but here is my round up of first year growing spring flower crops!
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Emma’s Wild Garden Oct 23
A blissful afternoon planting spring bulbs, re-positioning plants and removing annuals 💚 Thanks for my perfectly timed delivery today 😁🙌🏻
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