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Michelle βœŒπŸΌπŸ‘ 2h
Super bloom starting early 😍 Can’t wait for March
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Birgitta Hjalmarson Jan 22
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VenetiaJane's Garden Jan 8
Another old name for Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) is 'Mother's Heart'. When plucked from the stem the heart-shaped seed pods immediately break open pouring out their seeds. Children were warned not to pick them lest they "break their mother's heart."
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M Nisbet Jan 21
Does anybody know what this small crucifer is please? could it be a whitlowgrass? I don't think it is a very young shepherds' purse - leaves look wrong to me - but I could easily be wrong.
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Exploring Expression 53m
Discover the True Power of a Wild Flower. Dandelion's Magic – On sale now in English AND Spanish on Amazon.
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Beebombs Jan 22
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NearbyWild Jan 7
Wildflower meadows look beautiful, help to increase and are carbon sinks. Replacing your unused lawn with provides bees, butterflies, moths and insects with nectar and pollen. Here are six easy steps to start your own for 2019!
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Forgotten Little Creatures Jan 7
Snowdrops are fascinating little plants that contain antifreeze proteins that inhibit the growth of ice crystals to prevent them from freezing in cold spells.Β 
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Rachel Toll Jan 11
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VenetiaJane's Garden Jan 11
An old name for red dead-nettle, Lamium purpureum, is 'convict's flower' after a legend that in the burial sites around Woolwich, it would only choose to grow upon the graves of felons. Another of its names, 'bad man's posies', may also come from this myth.
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Judy Webb Jan 9
Beautiful, rare, MG4 floodplain meadow grassland of Hinksey Meadow, Oxford. Oxford Flood Alleviation scheme will carve its way through this.
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Rachel Toll Jan 8
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Jenny Hanson 9h
how lovely to see so much of colour flowers happiness, πŸŒ³πŸŒ³πŸŒ³πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸŒ»πŸŒ»πŸ¦πŸ¦πŸπŸœπŸ•ΈπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ i look around n at the sky just magnificient how nature can care n look after its earthly energies so well interacting with πŸπŸΎπŸΎπŸŒΌπŸŒΉπŸžπŸ•·
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Wildflower Turf Ltd 7h
A lovely example of our Wildflower Turf being used on sloping banks in a garden by Jordan Garden Design - if the slope is over 45 degrees we recommend pegging it
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H Jan 6
Ventured along the hareways and find them thrillingly alive with bee orchids popping up all over. By cutting the meadows after the orchids have seeded seems to be paying dividends
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World Love Flowers Dec 11
Life is short and the world is wide! 🌺🌺🌎
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Thea-Bel.ca Jan 22
is coming!!!! What are your favorite ? Are you like Kim where they are Gerber Daisies and Sunflowers? I don't really have one favorite but do love to see growing. I love the random dots of colour mixed into the green.
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Suttons Jan 18
How about adding some Primrose plants to your patch? One of our most loved native flowers they are great for naturalising and for those difficult shady areas, they’ll be your heralds of spring! >>>
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Into wild bliss 7h
Replying to @Love_plants
The sun came into the valley, melting the grasslands into a sea of warm light. Glittering frost turned into sparkling warmth & rich colour. I loved the beauty of the reeds aglow, scintillating, illuminated (Raisby Hill Grasslands)
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Isaac Breuer Jan 10
Let’s light this candle!
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