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Sweet musk-roses Sep 27
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Farm Wilder Sep 25
It’s miraculous how streams keep flowing with clear cold water even through droughts like last spring & the recent dry spell. This stream flows through a Rhos Pasture alive with trout, surrounded by meadow full of damselflies & butterflies nectaring on 🌾🌿
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Richard Lockett 18h
Enthusiastic new crofters with a very diverse wildflower meadow. No stock/machinery yet, so cut and raked with some borrowed kit and carted off with improvised 'trailer'. Super effort.💪
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Celtic Wildflowers 11m
... still some colour too yesterday on Mumbles Hill LNR , clockwise; Carline Thistle, Heath Milkwort, Autumn Gentian, Common Centaury, Small Scabious & Common Rock-rose
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Mick Lacey 22h
A botanising trip to Hayley Wood, Cambridgeshire from a few years ago to look for Oxlips. If you’ve never been, one for the bucket list for sure.
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Jenny Parsons 11h
Babiana ambigua (Iridaceae) aka Bobbejaantjie is an . Spotted on the sandy rock paths on the Point. A favourite bulb eaten by baboons, possibly why they have been in the area lately?
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Jake Rayson—̲Ƒօɾҽʂէ Ɠąɾժҽղҽɾ 😷 15h
😍 Golden Buttons aka Tanacetum vulgare, in the
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Andrew L. Gibson 9h
Botanical highlights from my prairie fen “office” this morning. Words can’t describe my love for this time of year! ID’s: Gentianopsis virgata, Parnassia glauca, Symphyotrichum praealtum and Solidago ohioensis, and Sanguisorba canadensis
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Alan Heardman 1h
Changing seasons but the pollinators are still working hard
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Bonnie Eckstein 9h
A walk to clear the mind, relax the soul, and enjoy the beauty mother nature offers out ❤️🍁🌾💐
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Steve Brain 22h
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Anne Scottlin Sep 28
🎧🎼"Wildflowers" by Tim Janis May you find light and beauty in the day ahead. ↩:LINK
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Peter F Williams Sep 27
Pleantiful in bloom beside the clifftop walking trail at Cape Solander on the peninsula
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Peter F Williams Sep 25
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Dan Johnson Sep 27
Sept 27, 2020, Oldman River valley, Lethbridge, AB. Harebell, now Campanula alaskana; hairy golden aster, Heterotheca villosa; smooth blue aster, Symphyotrichum laeve; tufted white prairie aster, Symphyotrichum ericoides. Growing with sage, snowberry, and rose.
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Karen Andrews 21h
Plenty of botanical reading with lovely photos in my post today. Thanks 😃
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My huwoman tweets Sep 27
My purchase today originally printed 1936, my edition is 1955
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Chloe Lewis Sep 27
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Raffaella Demichelis Sep 27
September... Nowhere else you’d want to be but ⁦⁦
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prettybeachything Sep 25
Happy Autumn!🤗Dressed in old, comfy clothes while gardening and looking for interesting creatures in my yard, then having it gently rain is a recipe for happiness for me... Below are plants of and Two of my faves…
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