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ahhhriel Sep 16
Any green thumb gurus know what plant this is??
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› 17h
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Jason Johns 24h
Chocolate habanero chillies, looking good, huge crop, what to do with them?
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Huddersfield SU 22m
You might have noticed the plant sale disappeared from University Square, it’s still on campus just sheltering from the wind in the Schwann Building!
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Chris Sep 11
Paphiopedilum kolopakingii var topperi X Ma Bella. I took a punt in this and very happy I did it's a lovely plant and lovely flower. This is one of them I got of ebay. Hoping this dose well as I have both of its parents.
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Alpine Garden Society 20m
Cyclamen hederifolium (ivy-leaved cyclamen) thrives in most gardens in sun or partial shade. Its attractive silvery-green leaves and pink flowers make it a popular garden plant for autumn. πŸ“Έ David Hill
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Saeed Ajmal Sep 17
To have trees on earth is a blessing of ALLAH. During plants campaign. πŸ€πŸŒ³ ❀✌
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Kew Science 2h
How do benefit from interactions and vice versa? What is the role of these positive interactions in supporting vital ecosystem processes? Find out:
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Growhampton 4m
Find us in Digby Square ... amazing cake on offer to fundraise for our campus chickens, get it quick!
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RoofandFloor 1h
These tiny air planters have to be the cutest thing you’ll see today!! via
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Chris Sep 14
First of the Phrag pearcii to be in flower this is the largest plant out of the two. This is one of my favourite species and very happy with how colourful this one is. One of the smaller growing species.
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Chris Sep 11
Brought myself some new orchids, three new Paph's off ebay very very happy with the plants and condition of the plants. Hope they will do well for me and keep flowering as well.
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Makinggardens 18h
These beauties just keep going! round four. I got them this year from the fabulous πŸ‘πŸŒΏ
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› 2h
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Nick Bailey Sep 12
Back in Blighty after 5 glorious days leading tours in the gardens around Cape Town. For me Kirstenbosch beats the rest hands down. This is Protea cynaroides (King protea), the South African National Flower, with a chunk of table mountain as backdrop.
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Fuschga 17m
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TrustBasket 5h
White Leaf Spot : is a leafy vegetable disease caused by fungus Pseudocercosporella capsellae. (Mycosphaerella capsellae). The leaves later turn yellow and fall off within a few days.
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Sep 13
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Sep 17
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› 23h
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