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iain welch Jul 17
Good evening, lovely people and lovely dogs. I hope that you've had a glorious day. How were your dog walks today? It is big-floppy-hat weather here. I'm just adding the finishing touches to my good night painting now.
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Nannys Garden World 🌈 Jul 24
The Bees loved the Poppies this year. Never seen so many pollinators in the garden
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Garden Ninja: Lee Burkhill Jul 8
Fancy joining me as I show you how to create your own ? My latest Wildlife garden design episode is here! Grab your boots & a hip flask...let’s go! 🐶🍃👉
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Donna Rainey Jul 24
For many years I've been trying to persuade my sister to stop mowing her extensive lawn & allow the existing to blossom. Thank goodness I persisted! This is 4 weeks of & best of all is that she actually likes it! An instant
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Helen Bennett Jul 10
Although Ragwort is a highly poisonous plant it was proving popular today in the .... honeybees, small skippers and quite a few cinnabar moth caterpillars! 😊🥰
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philomena plunkett Jul 4
A little time in the is good for the soul.
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dean Jul 8
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Rewilding Roborough Fields Jul 20
One of the difficulties with creating wildflower meadows is how to create low nutrient conditions so that grasses, docks and nettles don’t take over. Find out how we plan to accomplish this by reading the full article on our website➡️
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Skylark Jul 10
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YorkshireShepherdess Jul 26
👫🌾Learning begins at grassroots level🌾👭
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LadyTeapots☕️ Jul 5
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The Bee Guy Jun 30
An embarrassment of butterflies in the small meadow here today. Disney princess territory - rising from the long grass with every step. Nature thrives when we leave it be.
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Jane Queen Aug 3
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H Aug 3
The Partridge family is alive and thriving
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Michael Ramsdell Jun 24
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LadyTeapots☕️ Jul 19
“I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes.”—e. e. cummings ☀️🙏🏻🦋🌻🐝
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Monmouthshire and Newport LNP Jul 4
This supports over 60 plant species 🌸🌼🌿🌱🌾 I’d love to see photos of your favourite meadow for
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Wild Horizons Jul 27
Just over two weeks ago, we finished creating this back garden . Today, we’ve been back to sow a , and have been told by the couple there how much wildlife has found the pond already: Emperor Dragonflies egg laying, Frogs, Diving Beetles and plenty of Birds!
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Kirsty Wilson Jul 20
The colourful and long flowering starting to emerge . Beneficial to pollinators 🐝
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MiraSound Jul 16
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