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Gardener Stu May 23
This tree peony is one of favourites in the garden, I look forward to seeing it every year.
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Snowshoe 50m
UMN College of Biological Sciences – Conservatory
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Paul marshall May 22
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The Special Branch Arborist 48m
Ornamental Pear tree prune and shape πŸŒ΄πŸ‘ŒπŸ½πŸŒ΄
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Soap & Pamper 15h
Allotment pond in action this am. Lots of v fat tadpoles eating & some newts too.
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VikkiRimmer 12h
Gorgeous Meconopsis at Royal Botanical in . Wish I could grow them at home!
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Belmont House May 21
It's shaping up to be another beautiful day
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tanglewoodwildgarden 17h
Our wonderful bank of rhododendrons
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Andrew 7h
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Glenn Mueller 5h
New blooms enjoying the rain shower
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WPR Estate Agents 18h
Hidden Gardens of Grayshott. Today and tomorrow. Come and explore the lovely gardens of the village. Make new friends. Warren Powell Richards, proud sponsors and supporters.
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Barnwood Florals 10h
Found this tiny found oasis, water trickling down brick to nourish ferns. Tiny frogs hopped about its bottom.
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john the photo May 25
The sun has got his hat on for the country garden fair at Stockton Bury Gardens - if you've got green fingers this is the place to be on Sunday
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Ardilaun Hotel 8h
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friendsTBconservator May 25
Are you able to donate a few hours over the summer to watering the Demonstration Garden & Children's Garden at the Conservatory? The schedule has lots of open days to choose from and we would be so grateful for any help you can give.
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Martin O'Neill 22h
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Catherine Buggins 🌱 13h
Finally finished sorting through all of my photos from , here are some of my favourite gardens πŸƒ
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daniel rodriguez 11h
The Meadow Sage plant is a good one for beginner gardeners.
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Bryan A. Garner 13h
Can a horticulturist-friend identify this plant? It’s in southern Massachusetts. Will it thrive in a Dallas garden?
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Ashmont Landscaping 5h
Giant Allium is part of the onion family. Blooming now.
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