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Matthew Biggs
Plant passionate gardener/writer/broadcaster/art lover/cider man/church 'reader'/bees, Premiership champions + Tigers fan.
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Jimmy Turner Jul 15
Look at the beauty of an Dendrochilum wenzelii a native to the Philippines. They grow on trees on wooded slopes at an altitude of 300 m above sea level. This one seems to be exceptionally happy in our collection.
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Swines Meadow Jul 14
Lysimachia clethroides
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Swines Meadow Jul 14
Hypericum lancasterii
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Quarto Knows Jul 10
Discover as you've never seen it before and join acclaimed gardener, presenter and author Matthew Biggs, , as he talks about his book A Nation in Bloom followed by a book signing and Q&A at this August!
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Matt Doogue Jul 12
Look at the colours on this beauty. Orchid Mantis from my collection :)
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Christopher Bill Jul 13
Wingate Quarry yesterday for the Marbled Whites never seen as many and not seen any females before. Quite easy to pick them out once got used to them. These all female except mating pair.
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Rebecca Wheeler Jul 14
I absolutely love Marsh Helleborine, Epipactis palustris. So it was lovely to see it beginning to open at Ainsdale yesterday. This species forms carpets in the dune slacks. Early for
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The RHS Jul 14
is a horticultural haven, full of floral displays from expert nurseries. Come & buy everyday favourites, unusual gems & meet the experts, including      & 
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Vicky & Richard  Fox Jul 14
Great selection of and for Come and see us in the Floral marquee stand number FM27 opens Wednesday..hope you've got your ?
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Wenbo Chen Jul 14
Nido d'uccello/Bird's Nest Orchid(Neottia nidus-avis)in Italy. This is a non-photosynthetic orchid that derives all its nutrition from mycorrhizal fungi in soil.
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Swines Meadow Jul 13
Hosta Komodo Dragon and friends
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School Beekeeping Jul 13
Sounds a lovely idea...😂and we would welcome them all (though not all at once!) This week has been SO incredibly busy, lovely, wonderful and exciting, but BUSY...even the children said yesterday, "oh Mrs C, we will be glad just to get on with our bees!" Bless them!
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Richard Fox Jul 13
The first Brown Hairstreak (Thecla betulae) of 2019 has been reported from Surrey - earlier than average but not as early as last year (library image )
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BBC Radio Ulster Jul 13
This morning two great gardening programmes converge at Mount Stewart - meets at its Summer Garden Party - chats to or listen after here
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School Beekeeping Jul 12
Thanks, will do! We identified our next today, a 50mx10m stretch, which will join up another mini meadow we have, should be a great wildlife corridor too, joining up our woodland, gardens and fields! Really lucky to have space
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St Timothee Garden Jul 10
Isn't this gorgeous. Any nurseries care to take on breeding this for the UK? ?
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The RHS Jul 9
We’ve got lots of brilliant Back to Back gardens on show at with big ideas for small spaces. From a garden inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar to a Persian paradise, there’s a range of inspiration to be found. Explore the gardens:
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Samantha Holden Jul 8
I could stand and look at the Cromwell Rd entrance to for almost as long as I could spend inside. This building fills me with joy.
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Matthew Biggs Jul 9
Nice one, Martin!
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School Beekeeping Jul 8
THE most wonderful day in today with some of the team to receive our award for week. Brilliant to meet the other schools & see lots of the activities, a wonderful day, thank you to . @brtishbee
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