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Est 2012. WINNER of Eco Friendly Gift of Year 2017. Best New Garden Product 2017. BEST GIFT Under £15 2019 🌟 We sell seedballs! Grow wildflowers! 🐝🐝
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SEEDBALL 🐝 6h
Unusual Containers For Flowers We've been noticing some interesting containers used for planting. It just goes to prove, where there's a will, there's a way. What strange containers have you spotted or used? Here's a beer can with geranium at Camden Lock in London!
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SEEDBALL 🐝 6h
International Bat Night - 24th August 2019 πŸ¦‡ Bats are flying mammals, their babies are born from June - July and raised by the mother, who suckles them for 5 weeks until they are weaned. They can fly at 3 weeks and live for up to 30 years. Batastic!
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SEEDBALL 🐝 8h
Allotment bounty. Thank you pollinators.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 9h
Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) Found throughout the British Isles and recognisable by its eye stripe and cocked tail. The wren eats spiders and insects and has a much louder call than it's tiny size implies. Too cute.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 12h
Blooms For Bees Help Bloom For Bees scientists find out more about our native bumblebees foraging habits in gardens and allotments - download the free app and join in (see link below).
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The English Gardener Aug 23
🌸600🌸 BIG thanks to you all from Norway πŸ‡³πŸ‡΄ it’s been fantastic getting to know you 🌱 RT the πŸ’• πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
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SEEDBALL 🐝 13h
Replying to @gunner_del
It looks like a sow thistle, so a seed probably blew in from nearby...
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SEEDBALL 🐝 13h
Replying to @gunner_del
Ah Butterfly Mix. The super tall one looks like a rogue... this can happen when we give Mother Nature some bare soil, she likes to cover up!
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SEEDBALL 🐝 15h
Happy Bank Holiday Weekend! Enjoy the sunshine forecast and while you're at it, how about sharing the love by planting for pollinators in your garden or on your windowsill. πŸ’ŸπŸ’œπŸ’Ÿ
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SEEDBALL 🐝 15h
Winter Is Coming Some bumblebees are even active in the Winter, you can help by planting some winter flowering bulbs now, such as snowdrops, which can be naturalised in grass, or grown happily in a pot.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 16h
Replying to @gunner_del
Gosh it sure is! The pot in front looks like Ox-Eye daisy.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 16h
The Keepsake πŸ’™ Nor can I find, amid my lonely walk By rivulet, or spring, or wet road-side, That blue and bright-eyed floweret of the brook, Hope's gentle gem, the sweet Forget-me-not! Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 23
Our resident spider is getting fatter! Be safe.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 23
Woody Nightshade The pretty purple flowers and red berries of this climber are harmful if eaten. Sometimes mistaken for Deadly Nightshade.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 23
Wild About Ponds 🐸 Make 2019 the year you make a pond... You can use anything - we used an old baby bath!
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 23
How doth the little busy bee Improve each shining hour, And gather honey all the day From every opening flower! by Isaac Watt
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 23
Urban Meadows Making new stock to go The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.πŸ’š
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 23
Fit a water butt With more of us moving onto meters, rain water is a great way to keep your plants hydrated and good for the environment too. You can pick up kits from most DIY stores but an old dustbin or large container installed under a downpipe will work too.
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 22
Sharing The Wildflower Love πŸ’™ A big order waiting to go out. We are so happy that our native wildflower Seedballs are part of this venture...
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 22
What Does The Fox Say Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) are scavengers eating anything they can find, including insects, earthworms, blackberries, small mammals and scraps left by humans. Active from dusk, they search for food alone but tend to live in family groups.
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