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Little Green Space Oct 14
Please don't cut back hedgerows until wildlife has taken all the autumn berries!
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Earthly Creations 1m
Harpreet Ahluwalia shares a few Gardening tips for the winter season. Full video:
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Tinika 1m
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Stephen Gore 30m
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Jenny New Oct 21
Dahlia dilemmas! First year growing these beauties . Do I lift and store them over winter or leave them in the ground and mulch? πŸ€”I’m leaning towards the latter but would welcome expert opinion Dahlia growers !
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Jeroen Op 't Eynde Oct 20
Winter is coming, the greenhouse is ready.
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RUDDICK GARDEN GIFTS 10m
Love our Rosie Robin garden ornament - she really makes you
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Magda Knightvale 4h
I do nature volunteering and have proposed this plan for a butterfly garden in our local ecology centre. If there are any gardeners here, what do you think?
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Brianna Laxton 13m
Biodegradable seedling pots, easy for students to make, with video step-by-step instructions.
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CraftsEntertaining 1h
Best Type of Watering Can to Purchase for your Garden
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Susanna Bavin 36m
What have you planted in your garden for the first time this year that you want more of next year? For me, it's gypsophila. Clouds of flowers for weeks on end. Dainty, graceful & surprisingly tough.
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Jen Wilcox 12h
Maximize your space with a raised bed for planting more.
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Peculiar Pots 14h
The last of the sunflowers ... Winter is on the way.
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Daniel Gehrke 14h
Moment when plays piano music, following eminem, and I'd been in the process of trimming leaves on these grasses and Zinnias. How did they know!? Their padewans sensed I was .
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Kelli Talbott 13h
Sunday evening light . . . β˜€οΈπŸ‚πŸŒΊ
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Amanda Hughes Oct 14
and I have just harvested our first crop of potatoes. Not the biggest ever but not bad for a 15" tub!
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CraftsEntertaining 17h
Fruit Trees, Herbs & Vegetables that Grow in the Tropics and Subtropics
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LyndaWalters 11h
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πŸ‚ Connie πŸ‚ 13h
Autumnal shapes in the garden.
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Jerome Steele Realtor 11h
Consider investing in more hardscaping in your for an ultimately very low-maintenance home.
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