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James Lumbard Sep 21
Found this amongst my potatoes at the allotment. Black fruits make me think it's a nightshade. Can anyone confirm? When is ?
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Dianne Sherman Sep 2
From glen to glen, and down the mountain side. The summer's gone, and all the roses falling, It's you, it's you must go and I must bide. But come ye back when summer's in the meadow. -- Lyrics from Danny Boy bloom near John McCain's Sedona ranch.
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VenetiaJane's Garden Sep 13
Clematis vitalba can be seen "decking and adorning waies and hedges where people traveil" (Gerard's Herball 1597) & thus became known as 'Travellers' Joy'. It was also known as gypsies'-bacca as in winter its stems were cut & smoked like cigarettes.
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VenetiaJane's Garden Sep 7
"Have you seen at Autumn-time Fairy-folk adorning All the hedge with necklaces, Early in the morning? Green beads and red beads Threaded on a vine: Is there any handiwork Prettier than mine?" 'The Song of the White Bryony Fairy' by Cicely Mary Barker
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VenetiaJane's Garden Sep 4
"The mower's scythe swept summer blooms away Where thou, defying dreariness, wilt come Bidding the loneliest russet paths be gay." - from 'The Yarrow', c. 1832, by John Clare
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Llangattock Litter Sep 8
Going to miss the as autumn is fast approaching. The buzz of the pollinators hard at work and the wind catching them with a wave of colour before you is something that makes you long to see them again next season
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Makinggardens Sep 2
The are out in seem to be a couple of weeks earlier than last year 🌿
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Rachel Toll Sep 5
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VenetiaJane's Garden Sep 18
Elderberry Vinegar: Remove 350g ripe elderberries from their stalks & mix into 500ml white vinegar. Give it the occasional stir & after 5 days strain the liquid. Add 350g sugar (for every 260ml of liquid) & boil for 10 minutes. Cool & pour into bottles.
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Greg Bourke Sep 5
Potentially new? Peplidium sp. Pindar Western Australia. Anyone know what it is?
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Phil Sep 9
I'm going with, Gallant Soldier, due to the lack of hairs on the stem snd leaf. Flower growing around the church in Ottery St Mary, Devon? But I am open to correction... 🌼🌻😊
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Rebecca's Butterfly Farm Sep 2
are beautiful I can watch them for hours, Let's all help them by growing πŸ’œπŸŒΌπŸ₯šπŸ›πŸ₯πŸ¦‹ My poem for: πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹
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Seedles - Grow The Rainbow 1h
I am satisfied ... I see, dance, laugh, sing. - Walt Whitman
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Rachel Toll Sep 9
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Rachel Toll Sep 21
"I eat my peas with honey I've done it all my life It makes the peas taste funny But it keeps them on the knife" 🐝
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Jo Stephen Sep 7
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Richard McLellan Sep 21
Heading off to guide an Ecology Tour around Charles Darwin Reserve for . It’s great to see that there are lots of on show around the Reserve this year. 2/2
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Ian Malcolm 8h
I didn't catch it in its prime this year, but here are a few shots of my favourite verge in an urban setting - at in Co Down. It's fading now, of course, but still packed with colour.
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Joe Hinchliffe 17h
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Laura Chant Sep 19
Wildflowers spotted today in Puttenham.
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