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Claire Corrigan 9m
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Frau Zinnie 29m
Loving all the daffodils in bloom in the front and back gardens! πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’› …
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Hi can you send me a copy to the extended mix of ?
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VenetiaJane's Garden Mar 31
Golden flowers for the challenge found glistening in the spring sunshine on the last day of March. Tomorrow we welcome April, one of my favourite months of the year; Cowslip, Coltsfoot, Daffodil, Lesser Celandine, Gorse, Dandelion & Marsh Marigolds.
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Jenny Prigg Apr 8
Last Cornish daffodils of the Season grown on Paul’s farm and bought for me on Saturday ... will miss them every week .. such joy! Favourite flowers!
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philomena plunkett Apr 1
A bee fly feasting on . I always think it looks like a flying mouse strange looking fly. not sure what wild flower is growing in stream.
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laura reynolds Apr 3
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Sunshine On Leaf Mar 31
Early entry for challenge for this week Pic 1: yellow corydalis, daisy florets, coltsfoot, groundsel Pic 2: wild cabbage, whin (gorse), marsh-marigold, lesser celandine Pic 3: willow, petty spurge, dandelion, ragwort Corrections welcome β˜€οΈ
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Barbara Brown Apr 1
last week for featuring Cowslips, Primroses & their hybrid False Oxslip. False Oxslip flowers fall around stem and usually have yellow centres. For comparison on far right a real Oxslip (not from Wales!)
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Into wild bliss Mar 31
Yellow in Sunlight ~ Lesser Celandine in bud & blooming. Primroses catching woodland light in beautiful translucency. Common groundsel so warm. Pretty daffodils amongst grasslands. Gorse soft & lovely, look at that thorn! Dandelion
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Wingate Wood Mar 31
Dandelions are beautiful. They are also highly nutritious, contain antioxidants, contain anti inflammatory compounds, improve glucose absorption, reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure and aid healthy digestion. Why cover them with weedkiller
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Cate Cawley Apr 1
for ; spotted amongst the paths, banks, fields and hedgerows; lesser celandine, primrose, daffodil and daisy
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Moira O'Donnell Mar 31
Greater Celandine, Chelidonium majus, in the grounds of Farnborough Church. Note that although they have similar names, Greater Celandine is in the poppy family, whereas Lesser Celandine is in the buttercup family.
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Tim Fuller Mar 27
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wildflowerhour Mar 30
If you’re out and about plant-hunting today, don’t forget to look for . Our challenge this week for ! See you tonight at 8!πŸ˜‰πŸŒΏπŸŒΌ
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Katya Hewlett Mar 31
a few yellows from today at a local NGS open day 😊
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Peter Sketch Mar 31
It's not quite yet but can someone help me with an ID for these ? Marsh Marigold? Or am I thinking along the wrong lines? They were in a boggy area in Cheshire.
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Harry Shepherd Apr 2
Happy from the field! The bright yellow colour never fails to cheer me up. πŸ’›πŸΎ
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Moira O'Donnell Mar 31
Wood Spurge, Euphorbia amygdaloides, in woodland near Biggin Hill.
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Lisa Osborn 9h
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