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M 16m
Can you move this? In sister garden in France ( kaardebollen), they mow them. I like them, will they survive a 9 hour drive?
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JudithJ 21h
Message from several quarters not sunk in yet: one of at least 20 bee mown down on wide verge in today
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Neighbourly Gardening Projects 1h
Come by & say hi 👋 we are creating a small wildflower section next to Mancunian Way & tidying up the 🚲 cycle lane Tuesday 30th & 7th May 4-6pm 🌱🐝 🦋 🌱🐝
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Nash Adasa💙 Apr 10
💙We love RK bagatsing and we support you here in Kenya !@Switchtv❤
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Wildflower Lodge 3h
Live your joy! Have a happy day!
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Bo Cook Apr 8
My autumn sown low mow UK lawn has blessed me with it's first flower - Bellis perennis. It may only be a common daisy but there's so much more to come! Exciting! I shall share as they each flower.
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Michael Antonio Scott Apr 11
One of my favourites: Wood Aven From : "...the root carried about the person of any man ensured his immunity from the attacks of monsters or reptiles" Might try this :D
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Laura Cunningham Apr 12
Field day in the West of California today. The amazing blooms continue, with Sierra Nevada as backdrop. Year of the goldfields for sure. Looking at what domestic sheep do to public lands and native plants...
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Steeleybobs 19h
More exercise ... digging and raking in prep for wildflower seed. Garden only the size of a postage-stamp but still got a bit Sweaty-Betty 😓 Brilliant excuse for not weeding now ... everything that comes up is officially a 🌱🙌
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jennings 蒋雪儿 17h
1. I am really making progress on my 10 Pro X. I just sent my cell phone a real life telegram with a modem that I made on an older computer on my network. I am pretty psyched. I have had to set up my own call center do to the wrong people
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Lynn McIntosh 3h
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John Altringham Apr 11
Buckden car park in the today - not a left after mowing/strimming of already short grass. Leave the spring flowers for the hungry and other ! National parks should be leading the way!
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Jim Kirklin 2h
Another fun little wildflower floating on a sea of bokeh from this last weekend's trip in the Pinnacles
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Parks Conservancy 17h
Spring brings so much life and joy into our parks, but did you know you had a special connection to a particular species based on your ? Find out which flower is your special match:
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KimMackenzyAndrews Apr 12
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💚LovingLife💜 Apr 13
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Jim Ashton Apr 11
After a long couple of days on the tools it was time to relax this evening in one of the meadows we’ve created. It’s just perfect to wind down watching lizards and , listening to swallows overhead, and chiffchaffs singing in trees you’ve planted ☀️
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Laura Cunningham Apr 13
Had to look this one up: in West Desert first looked like bits of paper litter shredded on ground. But no, it is beautiful Parry Linanthus (Linanthus parryae). Nearly stemless. with goldfields and creosote
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The Chatty Gardener Apr 14
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Helen Casstles Apr 22
warned me that I’d have difficulty getting out of car parks with this botanising malarkey - but what a pleasure to break up a long journey with a quick scoot around Norton Canes service station and find marsh marigold (I think) growing down by a ditch!
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