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Walk to Work Glasgow May 15
More of the evening wander - some daisies.
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rochelle May 14
Wild Dog Rose....how pretty 🌿
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Nick Bailey May 14
To some people Anthriscus sylvestris is a weed. To others (the ant) it's a pollen-rich lookout. To me it's an ephemeral flash of childhood, country lanes and sublime native flora.
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Cindy Crosby May 12
In need of a bit of color and fragrance today? Wild phlox. Nice antidote to the gloom and drizzle.
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Forest Firefly May 12
Spreading sunshine! Seep-spring monkeyflower, Mimulus guttatus, is another lovely native seen here in SE Washington.The leaves are edible, they can be eaten raw or cooked and have a slight bitter flavor.
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Wendy Love May 17
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Rachel Toll May 12
Thinking of the youngsters on Dartmoor last night doing , including my eldest hope you have a great day today x
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Jan 🌷 May 15
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Wild Blossom Adventures 1h
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Cate May 17
The old , a haven for 🌱
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springmountaindistrict 28m
The hills are alive with.. Cabernet! It’s a beautiful time of year and we can’t wait to see you! ~ ⁣
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Walk to Work Glasgow May 15
Making the most of the good weather - off for an evening wander.
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Mackerel Sky, Marazion 10h
Wandering around the Lizard.
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Star 6h
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Hormel Nature Center 4h
We have tons of on the nature center trails. The Bluebells are in full bloom and some decided to be a little different and make themselves Pink-bells instead.
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April Spivey 16m
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Public Land Lover 1h
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Phil... 3h
Wood Avens spotted on the earlier today. 🌻🌼🌻
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SEEDBALL 🐝 May 11
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lilia 3h
Took the dog for a hike up on the Wolf Gap Trail and spotted the Cobweb Thistles (Cirisium occidentale) starting to bloom. It's such a wonderful year for wildflowers - I feel very lucky to have so much reason for joy when there's much to feel down about
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