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Faith Douglas 49m
Our wonderful Wild Flower Meadow is really starting to look something. The wildlife is buzzing already in this area and I’m very excited to see what blooms this summer!
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Lisa Johns Jun 16
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Newbridge Tidy Towns 22h
Does Eyebright (Glanrosc) qualify as a suitable example of Lots around in a in the
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Helen Saunders Jun 15
Mixed perrenial and wildflower meadow really coming into its own now, and covered in a whole range of insect life. Bees loving the
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Barbara Shaw Jun 16
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Barbara Shaw Jun 16
Here’s the finished picture and some so you can see the layers of I’ve used
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Boddington Jubilee Field Jun 12
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Topflight Stamps Jun 14
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Newbridge Tidy Towns 24h
in the Well worth a stroll in the park just to see this, and continue down to the on the Strand.
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Nigel Morley Jun 12
I'm bit late to the brilliant challenge but my wildflower meadow project of last ten years is at its best so will try to show little snippets ! Happy to give tips to any thinking of starting one. Salsify
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Common Farm Flowers Jun 14
- also there’s been a population explosion of rabbits - no capturing -
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Chris & Jennie Jun 10
Another one from last night, flag loves the water but his barking with excitement drives me a little wild 😜. Drying off in the hay field!
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Empyreane Jun 12
My little wild patch brings so much joy. Everyone should leave wild areas in their garden, it’s amazing what goes on in there!
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Robinson Family🇪🇺 Jun 11
I knew the lawn was overdue for mowing, but I wasn’t expecting to find a bee orchid growing in the grass
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Newbridge Tidy Towns Jun 14
Photograph of the as sunset approached, some areas mown, others left to nature to encourage our to visit & we the park visitors have the benifit of seeing & more
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Paul Quigley Jun 10
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Barbara Shaw Jun 15
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Katrin Eismann Jun 11
Entering a fairytale world in the Black Forest...made it home without meeting any hungry wolves or witches!
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Holly Jun 12
Today’s wild adventure! Our beauts first ever magazine and it’s a good one ! ticked off ‘purchasing a wildlife magazine’
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Newbridge Tidy Towns Jun 8
is wonderfully at present lots of and other yellow wildflowers for all to enjoy.
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