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HortErotica Aug 3
Interested in bringing butterflies to your garden and providing a late season nectar source? Meet Joe Pye Weed! (Eutrochium) The painted lady butterflies (Vanessa cardui) are definitely enjoying this wonderful plant.
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photo challenge! 🌞 your own photos to brighten the day and support each other! πŸ“Έ Theme: * In the Clouds * ☁️ πŸ’›click pls
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Melissa Wojcik 6m
Another day of saving the monarchs! We were able to catch a pupating into its chrysalis! This happens in about 5 minutes! I love watching it squirm after it sheds its skin!
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Sid the Birder Aug 3
278 The errotic neck message Pre mating ritual of Malabar Pied hornbill.
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HortErotica Aug 2
An interesting fungi in the garden snag!
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PROTECT ALL WILDLIFE Aug 2
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Jacqueline Poirier Aug 3
Sharing a photo of these gorgeous lilies growing in my front garden. I am not a gardener, sometimes things just thrive naturally.
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Lorna Byrne Jul 29
Remember to give nature some love because nature will give you back plenty of happiness and joy. Blessings Lorna
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Mimi Page Aug 1
Saturday pruning 🌸 The sun is shining and the dragonflies, bees and butterflies are enjoying the flowers with me. More eggplants, okra and cucumbers coming. Gardening heals the soul. πŸ’š .
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CoffeeLiciousLady Aug 3
GoodMorningπŸ™πŸ½ β˜€οΈπŸŒπŸ₯°πŸ’« Sharing 2 shades of pink Crepe Myrtles trees pics, they are everywhere blooming now. Hope you have a great day.πŸ’œπŸŒΈπŸŒΏ
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DD pinky Jul 29
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Ajit Jain Aug 3
This melody of Weaver Bird (Locally known as ΰ€Έΰ₯ΰ€—ΰ€°ΰ€£/ ΰ€Έΰ₯‹ΰ€¨ΰ€šΰ€Ώΰ€‘ΰ₯€) was so pleasing that it took away all the boredom of the morning walk. nest are on Coconut 🌴 tree.
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Laura Wheeland Aug 3
3 years ago today I went whale watching. These 2 got curious, approached our stationary boat, and surfaced. It was beautiful. Then one did a big poo that mixed with the spray from their blowholes. 3 days later I had pink eye.
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Brittle Bones Bobbie Aug 3
I like the old burnt forests in my area, they are special places.. Also flowers look the most beautiful in early morning light, I don't make the rules.
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Patricia M Osborne Jul 29
Signed copies available from my website of this little lovely beauty Love Outside UK- contact me to discuss p&p.
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Suzy Jul 29
"Always have something beautiful πŸ₯€ in sight, even if it's just a daisy in a jelly glass." 🌺 🌻
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LvU Jul 29
This was my first attempt to capture comet Neowise, hanging out of the window with my cameralens 70-200mm after midnight on July 11 between 2:52 and 3:50 am.
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Sue Pillans Aug 2
For me happiness is looking up & sea-ing this blue sky through the leaves. I love the you get from as they stay grounded, branch out & keep growing. Happy πŸ’™
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Sasha Alessa Troha 23h
The Greek and a stunning rock in the Dells. The whole place was like this. A fun new discovery. …
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Kellie Marsh 8h
Absolutely beautiful flowers from my equally beautiful neighbour πŸ’œπŸ’š
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