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Meadow In My Garden 21h
The joy of community gardening. This little roundabout is truly alive!
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GiuliaB May 20
Ok, I do feel like that sometimes when I wake up on a Monday. But think of a Monday like a new week bringing new endless possibilities. Don't you want to try them out? They could be the one thing to gift you with the changes you want in your life!
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David Miller May 15
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
Rose, poppy, sunflower
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Stephane Caron 7h
Ah, the unique feeling you get during a thunderstorm. The power and might of nature is always a sight to see. I also love the cleanliness it leaves behind.
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Hanneke Siebelink 汉娜 4h
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Stacy Robbins 8h
Flooding in Kansas and Oklahoma along the highway. It's been a rough spring. . .
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Helen May 15
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
Cornflower, Poppy, and Thrift.
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Besr places to visit May 18
The power of Nature! 😱 France 🇫🇷
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Kelly Hoppen Home 24h
KELLY QUOTE | Those little nods to nature that have a transformative effect on the look and feel of your home. 🌱
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Vivien Baird May 15
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
Bluebells Daisy Poppies
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Michelle Ptak  💖  💖 May 16
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
Peony, Cornflower and Scabiosa ... thank you
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Alexandra Highlands May 22
Having this on my doorstep 🙌🏻
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Avelina Care May 18
Because your skin reflects your health! Glowing skin through the power of natural ingredients!
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Georgie 🔆🐾🎶 May 15
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
It's beautiful! Cornflower, Forget-me-not, Aquilegia vulgaris Columbine. 🌼🌸💚 
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Jennifer Rhymer May 16
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
Poppies, forget-me-nots & bluebells
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A Greener Clean May 19
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Thomas Frey CSP May 18
To a brave man, good and bad luck are like a left and right hand, he uses both!
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Patricia Avery May 15
Replying to @MeadowInGarden
Chrysanthemum, rhododendron and azalea : chosen because they were the names of the three flowers my Dad taught me to spell before I started school in the early 1950s!!!!! 🤞😀🤞
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Jonathan Hoban May 20
When I suffered from , , , and , I was truly lost. But there was something else inside of me, a hidden power, that gave me strength and helped me through some of the most difficult times of my life
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Meadow In My Garden May 13
Please RT if you like our community roundabout, and name three flowers to enter this week's competition - a large box of flower meadow seeds
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