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Plum #FBPE πŸπŸ¦‹β³ Jul 12
I’m part way through creating a meadow on a boring roof
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Nicola Oakey Jul 12
Exploring the amazing wildflowers at Merry Meadows tonight The best wildflower meadow I've ever seen. Magical and so important that we conserve them.
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Pant Llwyd 9h
Plenty of 🐝 buzzing tonight
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irene bridges 9h
Wildflowers of summer on the canal
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Nigel Hughes 19h
Bees are loving my little wild flower patch😊
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Emma Cameron 20h
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Captain Whiskerson 11h
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Charlotte Mann 23h
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Gail Quartly-Bishop Jul 15
Good figwort day today; this one's Scrophularia auriculata and I also saw regular figwort Scrophularia nodosa about 😊 aren't the brown flowers interesting?
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Sask PCAP 7h
Blue Grama Grass. It has a purple and blue hue. The summer sun will cure the grass and the seeds will disperse in the prairie wind, leaving behind something that looks like eyelashes. Also known as eyelash grass or Grandma's eyebrows.
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Jul 11
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Jennifer Bray Jul 15
Nothing like a splash of colour from some to brighten your day.
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Lily πŸ€— πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ Jul 15
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Emma Jul 15
Today's lunchtime stroll took me past lots of 🌼🌸☘
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Cerdded Conwy Walks Jul 12
Another great walk around Bryn Pydew today including plenty of wildflowers
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VenetiaJane's Garden 19h
"Thy fruit full well the schoolboy knows, Wild Brambles of the brake! So put thou forth thy small white rose; I love it for his sake." - from 'To the Bramble Flower' by Ebenezer Elliott (1781-1849), English poet.
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Forest Firefly Jul 12
Who needs petals anyway? Western chocolate cone, Rudbeckia occidentalis, is such a unique flower in this regard! Found on a recent hike in NE Oregon, where it grows in moist meadow habitats. It's a member of the aster family.
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D. Graham Kostic Jul 15
Can’t Get Enough.
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Neil Jul 14
A few flowers in the local woods Lesser Stitchwort Wood Avens and self-heal
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Garden Crowd Jul 7
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