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Yorkshire Wolds Apple Juice 12m
It may be nearly November but the ivy in the hedgerows is in full bloom and the honey bees were loving it last week. The smell was beautiful and it was lovely to take some time out to watch the busy bees.
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DeeLa Oct 24
Enjoy your weekend! ☀️☘️🌼☘️☀️
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Bob Danley 12h
Nettle-leaf Giant-hyssop (Agastache urticifolia) found growing next to creek. It's robust, 1- 5' tall, has square stems. of mint family. Attracts (Western Tiger Swallowtail in pic) as nectar source. Plant Agastache flowers for summer butterfly action🙂
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DeeLa 19h
Happy Sunday! ☀️☘️🌼☘️☀️
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Bob Danley Oct 23
retrospective: Monkshood (Aconitum columbianum). This plant has populations in the Bitterroot Valley🗺️that exhibit two different flower colors: whitish/yellow and blue (Lesica 2012). The flower forms also add value...they do look like monks hood 👍
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Garton Hardy Farming Oct 25
Glorious autumn morning after the heavy rain. Using the ewes to manage the grass in the meadow. Knock it back and open up the sward to allow the seedlings to thrive.
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Lisa Stewart Oct 20
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CWPinkyTV Oct 20
“My Mission In Life Is Not Merely To Survive, But To Thrive.” – Maya Angelou 🌹🌺🌻🌷🌼🌈😊❤
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Bob Danley Oct 24
retrospective: Red Baneberry (Actaea rubra). Perennial, < 3' tall with compound leaves, often growing along watercourses of forested habitat in northern half of U.S.🗺️Red berries are poisonous☠️. Member of the Buttercup family.
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DeeLa Oct 22
Have a tremendous Thursday! ☀️🎶☘️🌼☘️🌼☘️😊
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CWPinkyTV Oct 20
“Happiness Often Sneaks In Through A Door You Didn’t Know You Left Open.” – John Barrymore 🌹🌺🌻🌷🌼🌈😊😁❤
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Prasun Saha Oct 24
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Herdwicks of Highfields Farm Oct 21
Even on a dull day if you look close enough there's still beautiful things to discover on the farm. Nibbled delicate harebell with its surroundings reflected in the droplet of water.
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Perthshire Wildlife Oct 23
We have plenty of beautiful plugs to help you make a successful meadow. And we have a 5% autumn discount on orders over £300 just now! Contact Daniele on celticawildflowers@gmail.com
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Izzy 🍋 23h
I’m starting a new project, because I like doing new things and never finishing anything 😳
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TCV York Oct 23
Great to see our work on the city walls is paying off! This aims to promote growth and increase . We spotted a variety of different wildflowers on our sunday task a few weeks back - how many can you ?🌸🌼
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Garton Hardy Farming Oct 24
Replying to @IanDHorsley
Adaptive grazing! Responding to grazing pressure. This half will now be closed off so they can't come back, and I'll move them on to the fresh section. Opening up the sward to allow the seedlings to thrive. 👍
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Kay Fairest Oct 22
I found this beautiful pink forget-me-not growing by the river 🌸
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Christy Ann Martine Oct 17
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Washington Gardener Oct 22
Our latest plant profile is on Wild Ageratum aka Blue Mistflower. It is a hardy perennial and a native in our region... See:  ➤ If you enjoy this video, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to our Youtube channel Thanks! 
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