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Afterthefallscotland Oct 6
Meet Hector my bodyless scarecrow.Made his head out of an old tote of those days I will give him a body!
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Cath Humphrys Aug 4
Replying to @InspectorMuso
Homegrown carrots for your viewing pleasure
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Kevin Aug 16
Got several vines of these juicy tomatoes to pick soon - almost ready 😋
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Clapham Terrace Apr 24
Have you planted anything? It feels good to see new life grow and it's exciting that we might have vegetables to eat soon. You can grow things in your garden or indoors - kitchen windows are a favourite spot
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Aziz Hafiz Jul 5
Benefits of lockdown. Self sufficiency.....
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The Parker Brewery May 4
Getting a little obsessed with my veg growing....
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Anne Harper Mar 19
SO many more veggie patch finds. Particularly chuffed with these! Hoping they are lucky... There was a building here in the early c19th.
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Aminah Khan (Elaina Corlett) Apr 18
Vegetable patch is now composted and covered whilst the seedlings come on and are hardened off. Thanks to helpers for digging and all the other work done.
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PolhillGardenCentre Mar 10
We have a great variety of vegetable strips which are ideal if your planning on enjoying home grown food from your own vegetable patch
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Saffina Ellahi IYI #StayAtHome #PTI Apr 29
At last signs of hope in my gardening pursuit; will mentally jot down in my . Learning on the job is interesting but full of pitfalls. I need to do some cleaning up though-weeds are my enemy.
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soyoi Apr 19
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Explore Essex Oct 3
The vegetable patch at Cressing Temple Gardens is still producing a lavish selection of fruit and veg. Here's our latest harvest, including peppers, pak choi, ornamental gourds and butternut squash. What would you make with the ingredients?
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Mrs A Preedy Apr 23
Today's homeschooling consisted of as a group activity which I ended up doing independently!
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Hopefield Animal Sanctuary Sep 25
Our is still going strong with the nice weather we had 🥬☀️ The runner beans, sunflowers and broccoli are ready to . The love chomping on some of the sunflowers! 🐐🌻(P1)
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Mr S Emms Esq 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 Jun 27
Onions and shallots harvested and in the shed drying off now. Beautiful aroma when I went in there this morning
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St Patrick's CC May 12
It is good to hear that some of our pupils have become green fingered over the holidays
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Kids Inc Nurseries Aug 21
South Woodford Butterflies are so to see that the have finally grown! ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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LOWE Guardians Feb 25
Dreamy allotments next to our Stoke Newington property. Bring on summer and getting our green fingers out once again |
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Emma Bentley 🇪🇺 Feb 18
Hasn't rained in days here so this morning I was out with the watering can. Hoping for a good crop of peas, carrots and lettuce this spring. 🤞
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Carys Jenkins Jul 10
The biggest spinach leaves I’ve ever seen from my mum’s garden and lots of gorgeous kale too! 🥬 To go with the “allotment cottage pie” that my husband cooked last night! 🤤
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