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Max 16h
Cataract of yellow bursting across my garden
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Jimmy Turner 10h
Habranthus robustus my favorite "Rain Lily" look at the flower power of this small pot. A native of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay but hardy to zone 7 and flowers multiple times per year.
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Makinggardens 10h
Always good for a winter bloom ❄️ Cyclamen 🌸
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🌱Urvashi - My soul speaks Garden & Animals Nov 25
Love for Roses ❤️ Cold weather ❄️ Brighten up your day 🌞 Have a happy Wednesday 😍😇.
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Max Nov 27
This is for you. 2 years have passed since I started posting images from my garden. 10,000 people are now following which is amazing & humbling. It helped me through my Bowel Cancer treatment & currently
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VenetiaJane's Garden Nov 27
"Jack Frost came down last night. He slid to the earth on a star beam, Keen and sparkling and bright.' - from 'Jack Frost' by Celia Thaxter (1835-1894).
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🌱Urvashi - My soul speaks Garden & Animals Nov 28
Pink pink pink ✨✨ The Chrysanthemum in pink dress 🌺🌸💮. This is the season of Chrysanthemums and these mums are in myriads of colour and variety. A very Happy and a generous flower indeed. 😁✨
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shobha Nov 28
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to lightly perch on a flower and smell it's fragrance and sip it's sweet nectar drink? Ever wanted to be a butterfly?
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Makinggardens Nov 25
Primrose brining a pretty pop of colour 🌼
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Lisa Stewart Nov 26
I pass this fuchsia most days and it always makes me smile
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Makinggardens Nov 26
Keep on keeping on, Anemone Elfin Swan 🦢🌸
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The English Garden 17h
Did you know that robins can lose up to 10% of their body weight keeping warm over a single winter’s night? Here's how to help robins in your garden this winter.
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Max 6h
English Primrose is a much better name than Primula Vulgarise for such a lovely plant
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Ashworth Honey 11h
First post-covid walk down the garden today to find honeysuckle out and bulbs up. Still a way to go to fitness but out of isolation tomorrow. Hoping to get some orders out later this week 🤞
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Lucy Chamberlain Nov 27
Having had all day to come to terms with being announced as the Practical Journalist of the Year at last night's awards, I can still honestly say I'm flabbergasted! Thank you so very much for all the good wishes. I'm a very practical gal, at heart 💚👩‍🌾💐
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🌱Ilena Gilbert-Mays🌸 Nov 28
We have a hard frost coming at the first of the week which will take care of the rest of those pesky summer flowers 😂 now it’s time for my winter interest blooms to pop out. Please visit, read and enjoy the other entries on the SOS hashtag 🍁🍂🍁🍂🍁🍂
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Henry Daylilys Nov 23
Hope you have a great week! Here are some beautiful faces to brighten your start of the week.
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Max Nov 23
This made me smile today so I had to share it with you
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Tez🌱5 o'clock gardener Nov 28
Good morning, here are my from the yesterday. Have a great weekend . 🌻
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Max Nov 24
Yellow and green perfect combination
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