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Kateri Aug 12
Snapdragons were a childhood favorite of mine, of course because they talk!
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 16
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Ed Eldridge Aug 11
We shall soon be eating sweet corn
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 12
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VenetiaJane's Garden Aug 17
Verbena bonariensis was first brought to Europe from South America in the early 1700s. The name Verbena is said to be derived from 'herb bona' meaning 'good plant' and the Latin species name 'bonariensis' means 'from Buenos Aires' (which is where the seeds came from).
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Pro Veg Gardeners Aug 10
The joys of observing your vegetable garden grow the organic way...
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 15
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 14
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Public Domain Review Aug 10
Top tip of the day: keep "ypericon" (St John's Wort) in your garden for optimal demon repelling! From the 15th-century "Tractatus de Herbis". More of its wonderful images here:
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findagarden Aug 11
Hollyhocks just make me so happy, at the lovely fragrance garden at Tenant Lake
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Nadine Mitschunas Aug 10
New allotment film: My wildlife allotment at the end of July 2018, featuring all the flowers currently open such as Echinacea, Rudbeckia, Echinops, Eryngium and Kniphofias + bees and other pollinators. Enjoy :-)
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Patrick Barlow Aug 15
Interested in burning something? If so, let me direct you to this latest harvest of Ghost Peppers, Habaneros and Big Thai Chilis.
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GloriouslyHorrible Aug 14
Nasturtiums from the seeds Mom gave me back in March. They are flowering like mad.
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Frugal Gardening 23h
There can be no other occupation like in which, if you were to creep up behind someone at their work, you would find them smiling
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Northern Gardener Aug 11
Here is my flowering in my garden today, Saturday. Clockwise from top left: a Kniphofia, a Salvia (anyone know which one, please), Hydrangea paniculata Limelight, Inula helenium , Agapanthus praecox supsp orientalis, a Delphinium seedling.
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Stella Campbell Aug 8
Received a bunch of daylilies in the fall. Anybody know the name of this beauty?
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 14
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 11
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Ollie Harbury Aug 11
Pumpkins coming along, first time I’ve grown them, great for beginners with very little upkeep
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